Harmonisation of materials and products in contact with drinking water in Europe – state of play
In the European Union, conditions for materials in contact with drinking water are regulated by Article 10 of the EU Drinking Water Directive (Directive 98/83/EC).
This is currently being revised and, after strong efforts by the industry, should finally lead to a Europe-wide harmonisation of the requirements for materials and products in contact with drinking water.
What is the current state of affairs? What are the concrete proposals from the industry and other stakeholders? And how does the process continue?
An overview and answers to these questions are available from Volker Meyer, Managing Director of figawa and Chairman of the European Industrial Initiative European Drinking Water (EDW), as part of ISH 2019 at the bsw-figawa booth in Hall 5.1.
All lecture times can be found in the PDF program.