The Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government has announced a Market Surveillance Campaign in 2019:
The Market Surveillance Authorities responsible for the Construction Products Regulations are carrying out a Market Surveillance Campaign, with the support of the National Building Control Office and The Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government. These campaigns support compliant business and ensure that safe, reliable products are placed on the Irish Market. They also have the effect of regularising bad practice and facilitating a level playing field for business.
The objective of the Market Surveillance Authority is to ensure that only products compliant with the Construction Products Regulation (EU) No 305/2011, are placed on the market.
If you receive a visit, the Market Surveillance Authority will primarily check that you have applied the CE Marking correctly and that you have all the required documentation in place. Please see the attached information note for further details.
For more detailed information, contact the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government:
Tel: +353 1 888 2000
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PIA GmbH expands maritime testing services as Independent Laboratory (IL) and submits application for acceptance for testing Ballast Water Management Systems (BWMS) to meet the United States Coast Guard (USCG) requirements in 46 CFR 162.060.
PIA has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with
PIA is already accepted by the U.S. Coast Guard
Wastewater treatment plants tested by a notified body to EN 12566 Part 6 – prefabricated treatment units for septic tank effluent can now be certified according to the requirements of S.R. 66.
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For more detailed information about testing services, visit the appropriate section of this website and contact us if you have any questions.
Norwegen fordert bis zum 31.12.2017 einen „Dynamischen Oberflächenauslaugtest“ (Dauer 64 Tage) zwecks Nachweises gefährlicher Stoffe für Kleinklärbehältermaterialien. Weitere Infos können dem Anhang entnommen werden: