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Sub-PCR-K Rehabilitation Services of highways, streets and roads (complementary to PCR 2012:01)

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This is not a standalone PCR but a sub-PCR and further specification of PCR 2012:01 Construction products and construction services. The sub-PCR shall be used for the applicable product category.

A new c-PCR (the new term for "sub-PCR") for this product category is under development, to complement PCR 2019:14 Construction products, which is compliant with the revised standard EN 15804 (EN 15804:2012+A2:2019).

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PCR updated 2020-02-18

Second version of this sub-PCR published, with validity period prolonged to align with PCR 2012:01 v2.31.

Detailed information

Name: Sub-PCR-K Rehabilitation Services of highways, streets and roads (complementary to PCR 2012:01)
Date of publication: 2019-04-01
Registration number: 2012:01-Sub-PCR-K
Date of expiration: 2020-03-03
Version: 2020-02-18
GPI version: General Programme Instructions 2 (2014-2016)
Based on: PCR 2012:01 Construction products and construction services (EN 15804:A1)
Related PCR: Highways, streets and roads (except elevated highways)
Under development - c-PCR Rehabilitation services of highways, streets and roads
Asphalt mixtures (Europe, Australia)
Geographical scope: Global
PCR committee: Solid Forest S.L., CIEMAT, iMdea, Acciona, Sacyr, Repsol, Fractalia, Cemosa, CHM
Appointed PCR moderator: Rubén Jiménez de la Iglesia  Solid Forest S.L.
EN 15804: This EPD is compliant with EN 15804

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