Eco design is both a principle and an approach. It consists of integrating environmental protection criteria over a service or a product’s lifecycle. The main goal of eco design is to anticipate and minimize negative environmental impacts (of manufacturing, using and disposing of products). Simultaneously, eco design also keeps a product’s quality level according to its ideal usage. A number of non-EU countries (USA, Australia, Brazil, China and Japan) have legislation similar to the EU’s eco-design and energy labelling directives.
Regarding the importance of eco-design in the context of sustainable development, SESEC and the EU SME Centre jointly arrange this online event 26 on eco-design on 11 May 2021, providing the analysis on the similarities and differences between China and EU on eco-design standardization. Welcome to join us! Looking forward to your participation!
Detailed information is as follows:
Topic: “China-EU Eco-design Standardization – Similarities and Differences”
Time and Date: 9:30- 10:30 am Brussels time, Tuesday, 11 May 2021
Presenters: Dr. Betty XU
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