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New Proposal from the EU Commission for a Cyber Resilience Act
European Commission presented a proposal for a Regulation on cybersecurity requirements for products. Read more!
Webinar: EU- UK GDPR Requirements & Implementation
Discover the new GDPR obligations for businesses and organizations within the EU and UK!
Post-Market Surveillance (PMS) and Vigilance: definitions and differences
Vigilance and Post-Market Surveillance definition, differences and their scope. Visit our webpage for all the details!
EU addresses microplastics issue with regulation proposal
The European Commission issued a proposal to restrict microplastics. The regulation will have an impact on products containing those substances. Read more!
EU Parliament vote on the proposal for a revised Radio Equipment Directive passes: One step closer to a common charging solution for all?
One more step is taken towards a common charger in the EU for all electronic devices. Learn more!
The European Commission’s Battery Regulation proposal will boost the green and digital revolution
The European Commission's proposal for a new Batteries Regulation recommended several new elements that will effectively improve the quality of the batteries circulating in the single market. Read more!
Proposal for a Regulation: focus on renovation and sustainability of construction products
The European Commission published a proposal to revise the CPR in order to address several shortcomings of the current legislation. Find out all the details!
Solution for consumers and the environment: a common charger in the EU for all electronic devices
The European Commission(EC) proposed a revision of the Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU in order to introduce a common charger for electronic devices and reduce waste. Read more!
Restriction of the use of hazardous substances in electronics: what is next?
The European Union restricts hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment. Do you want to find out which substances? Visit our page!