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Sub-PCR-B Synthetic carpet yarn (construction product)

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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 PCR for construction product has been developed, PCR 2019:14, to replace PCR 2012:01 and to be compliant with the new revision of the standard EN 15804. Eventually, this sub-PCR will be transferred to be used also together with this new PCR in a so-called complementary PCR (c-PCR).

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PCR updated 2020-09-18

Updated validity to 2021-12-31 to align with version 2.33 of PCR 2012:01.

Detailed information

Name: Sub-PCR-B Synthetic carpet yarn (construction product)
Date of publication: 2015-08-14
Registration number: 2012:01-Sub-PCR-B
Date of expiration: 2021-12-31
Version: 2020-09-18
GPI version: General Programme Instructions 2 (2014-2016)
Based on: PCR 2012:01 Construction products and construction services (EN 15804:A1)
Related PCR: Man-made fibres for textile sector
Textile yarn and thread of natural fibres, man-made filaments or staple fibres
Woven, knitted or crocheted fabrics (of synthetic fibres)
Man-made fibers (synthetic) (expired)
PCR 2012:01 Construction products and construction services (EN 15804:A1)
Geographical scope: Global
PCR committee: Life Cycle Engineering
Appointed PCR moderator: Stefano Rossi  Life Cycle Enginering
EN 15804: This PCR is compliant with EN 15804

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