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19/30386985 DC BS EN 17388-1. Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Environmental product declaration. Product Category Rules for reinforced bitumen, plastic and rubber flexible sheets for (roof) waterproofing Part 1. Cradle to grave

19/30386985 DC

BS EN 17388-1. Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Environmental product declaration. Product Category Rules for reinforced bitumen, plastic and rubber flexible sheets for (roof) waterproofing Part 1. Cradle to grave

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Standard number:19/30386985 DC
Pages:26
Released:2021-01-14
Status:Draft for Comment
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19/30386985 DC


This standard 19/30386985 DC BS EN 17388-1. Flexible sheets for waterproofing. Environmental product declaration. Product Category Rules for reinforced bitumen, plastic and rubber flexible sheets for (roof) waterproofing is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 91.100.50 Binders. Sealing materials

This document provides Product Category Rules (PCR) for the assessment of the environmental performance of reinforced bitumen, plastic and rubber flexible sheets for which the intended use is roof waterproofing.

NOTE

The reference product standards are EN 13707 and EN 13956.

This document is intended to be used for the development and issue of full cradle to grave EPD using:

  • either generic data and generic system specifications (scenario’s) for generic EPD;

    or

  • specific data and specific system specifications (scenario’s), for specific EPD.

This PCR includes requirements and rules to:

  • define the parameters to be declared and the way in which they are collected and reported;

  • describe which stages of a product’s life cycle are considered in the EPD and which processes are to be included in the life cycle stages;

  • include the rules for calculating the Life Cycle Inventory and the Life Cycle Impact Assessment underlying an EPD, including the specification of the quality of the applied data;

  • define generic data and system specifications which are to be used for generic EPD.