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IEC GUIDE 109

Environmental Aspects - Inclusion in Electrotechnical Product Standards

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 June 2003
Status: inactive
Page Count: 20
ICS Code (Environmental protection): 13.020
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IEC Guide 109 is intended for standards writers and gives guidance on how to consider aspects relating to the impact on the environment of electrotechnical products when preparing standards for such products.

Its purpose is

a) to raise awareness that provisions in product standards can affect the environment in both negative and positive ways;

b) to outline the relationship between product standards and the environment;

c) to help avoid provisions in product standards that may lead to adverse environmental impacts;

d) to emphasize that addressing environmental aspects during the development of product standards is a complex process and requires balancing competing priorities;

e) to recommend the use of life-cycle thinking when addressing environmental aspects in the context of product standardization.

This Guide converges as far as possible with ISO Guide 64.

Document History

June 1, 2012
Environmental aspects – Inclusion in electrotechnical product standards
IEC Guide 109, which is intended for standards writers, gives guidance on how to consider aspects relating to the impact on the environment of electrotechnical products when preparing standards for...
IEC GUIDE 109
June 1, 2003
Environmental Aspects - Inclusion in Electrotechnical Product Standards
IEC Guide 109 is intended for standards writers and gives guidance on how to consider aspects relating to the impact on the environment of electrotechnical products when preparing standards for such...
January 1, 1995
Environmental Aspects - Inclusion in Electrotechnical Product Standards
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