Revision of the Gas Appliances Directive (GAD) 2009/142/EC

Published: 22 March 2011

Policies & Issues: Internal Market - Product Safety Legislation

Orgalime represents the interests as a whole of the suppliers of equipment and technology falling under the GAD.

With the revision and the proposed extension of the scope, a far wider range of this equipment will no doubt be subject to the GAD.  Orgalime therefore welcomes the opportunity to participate in this revision of the GAD and would like to comment on the 'Draft text future GAD'.

This position paper includes both issues which Orgalime has commented in its previous position papers as well as new ones which take into account the latest discussions within the Working Group (WG) 'GAD Revision'.

Orgalime would like to update its comments accordingly.

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