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EU Commission Publishes Standards for Energy Design and Labeling of Vacuum Cleaners

Vacuum Cleaner Energy Labels | In Compliance Magazine

The Commission of the European Union (EU) has published a list of standards that can be used to demonstrate compliance with its regulations related to the energy design and labeling of vacuum cleaners.

The list of standards, which was published in August 2014 in the Official Journal of the European Union, includes six new EN standards addressing various aspects of vacuum cleaner operation.

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The EU Commission originally set eco-design and energy efficiency requirements for vacuum cleaners in its Regulation No 666/2013, with the requirements slated to take effect in September 2014. Energy labelling requirements for vacuum cleaners are prescribed in EU Regulation No 665/2013.

View the list of newly published standards that can be used to demonstrate compliance with its regulations related to the energy design and labeling of vacuum cleaners.

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