Introduction of the EU Flower Criteria for
Television
Li Jiang,[email protected]
Environment Development Center
(EDC)of MEP,China
Learning Objectives
 information on product group definition
and their evolution
 eco-label criteria for TVs, test methods
and assessment/verification
 how to prepare an application
 award of licences
 tools to promote the eco-label
Programme
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Introduction
Application process
Eco-label criteria for TVs
Making an application exercise
Questions and further discussion
EU Flower Criteria: Television
EU Eco-Label Website and Key
References
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Criteria
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Commission Decision of 12 March 2009 establishing the
revised ecological criteria for the award of the
Community Eco-label to televisions.
Background document
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Revising the Eco-label Criteria for Televisions. Final Report.
April 2008.
 Revision led by UK Competent Body.
 Technical support: AEA technology.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
EU Eco-Label Website and Key References
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EU Eco-label Website
http://ec.europa.eu/environment/ecolabel/index_en.htm
EU Flower Criteria: Television
EU Eco-Label Website and Key References
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EU Eco-label Website
− ECOLABEL MENU
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About Eco-label
Eco-labelled products
Meetings corner
Contacts
Frequent Asked Questions (FAQ)
Useful links
Brochures and promotional materials
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EU Eco-Label Website and Key References
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Contacts
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Eco-label Helpdesk
Competent Bodies
Interest groups:
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Industry
Retailers
Environmental organizations
Consumers
Trade unions
TV product group contacts:
– Catalan Competent Body (Spain)
– UK Competent Body
– Swedish Competent Body
EU Flower Criteria: Television
EU Eco-Label Website and Key References
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Green Store
http://www.eco-label.com
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Introduction to EU Eco-Label Application
Process
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Process Steps
Study criteria
Licence
of the company
(Verify the legality)
Check products
Compile
documentation
Require documentation
to providers
Do the tests
Fulfil the Application Pack
SEND THE APPLICATION TO THE COMPETENT BODY
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Introduction to EU Eco-Label Application
Process
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Who can apply
Manufacturer
Importer
Service provider
Trader or retailer (products marked under their
own brand names)
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Which CB to apply to
- Competent Body of the country or region where the products is manufactured.
- When the product originates in the same form in several member states, the applicant
can choose a CB in one of those stats (CB will consult those other member states).
- When the product is made out the European Community the application must be
made in a country in which the product has been placed on the market.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Introduction to EU Eco-Label Application
Process
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New applications
Application may refer to a product placed or a range of
products placed on the market.
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Renewing the contract
Modifications to eco-labelled products, and
adding new products
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Introduction to EU Eco-Label Application
Process
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Forms:
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Application pack and dossier:
• Part 1: Details of the applicant and product.
• Part 2: Compliance with the criteria.
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Verification form (if it is needed)
Verification process could be made by:
• Competent Body
• Independent third party
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Introduction to EU Eco-Label Application
Process
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Contents of the Application Pack
a. The applicant
Name of the applicant / Address / Contact name / Contact details / Website / In what capacity company
applying for the Eco-label
b. The product
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Trade name of product
Internal reference number
Type of product
Main composition
Name and address of manufacturing site
Confirmation that product is place on the market in the EU
EU countries in which this product is manufactured in the same form
EU countries in which this product is sold
Rough estimate of annual number of articles produced (units)
Rough estimate value of annual sales in European Economic Area (€)
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Introduction to EU Eco-Label Application
Process
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Contents of the Application Pack
c. This application
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Is the first application for the EU Eco-label for this product?
Is this an application to add a new product to a licence for a product range already covered by
an Eco-label?
Other environmental labelling schemes under which the product has already been registered,
such as the Nordic Swan.
Assessment and certification method used (certified self-assessment / independent third party
assessment):
Approved test centre
Fee reduction that company claims
Model of applicant declaration
Check list of the criteria and the documentation to deliver in the Dossier
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Legal compliance
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EU Flower Criteria: Television
Introduction to EU Eco-Label Application
Process
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Licensing
Award registration and notification to the European Eco-label Helpdesk.
Notification form information:
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Details of CB
Details of licence holder
Details of Retailer selling own brand Eco-labelled products
Details of application
Specifications
Product description
Important marketing information
Licence validity: end of the validity of the criteria.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Introduction to EU Eco-Label Application
Process
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Register code
It provides information about the product group, the competent body
which has awarded the Eco-label and the numeration of the
application.
SHARP’s register code: ES-CAT/022/001
SONY’s register code: ES-CAT/022/002
SAMSUNG’s register code: SE/022/001
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Introduction to EU Eco-Label Application
Process
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Costs
Fees
Application fee
Annual fee
0,15% of annual
volume of sales
Testing expenses
Minimum
300 €
500 €
Maximum
1.300 €
25.000 €
Reductions
≥ 25% SME
≥ 25% Applicants from
developing countries
₌ 15% EMAS / ISO 14001
≥ 25% SME
≥ 25% Applicants from
developing countries
≤ 25% First 3 applicants
in a product group
≤ 30% Other Eco-labels
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Televisions product group definition
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Product group definition process
Evolution
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COMMISSION DECISION of 25 March 2002 establishing the
ecological criteria for the award of the Community eco-label to
televisions. (Current criteria).
Commission Decision of 12 March 2009 establishing the
revised ecological criteria for the award of the
Community Eco-label to televisions.
Into force on 1st November 2009
Valid until 31 October 2013
EU Flower Criteria: Television
The Criteria
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Scope
Mains powered electronic equipment, the primary purpose and
function of which is to receive, decode and display TV
transmissions signals.
Televisions code number: 022.
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Introduction of the criteria
Energy
savings
Mercury content of
Fluorescent Lamps
Heavy Metals and
Flame Retardants
User
instructions
Life-time
extension
Design for
disassembly
Information appearing
on the Eco-label
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Energy Savings
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Passive Standby
Passive Standby consumption ≤ 0,3 W
or
For TV with an easily visible hard off-switch
(consumption in off option ≤ 0,01 W) ≤ 0,5 W
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Maximum energy consumption
Energy consumption in on-mode ≤ 200 W
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Energy Savings
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Energy Efficiency
Until 31 December 2010
On-mode power consumption ≤ 0,64 · (20 W + A · 4,3224 W/dm2)
From 1 January 2011, until 31 December 2012
On-mode power consumption ≤ 0,51 · (20 W + A · 4,3224 W/dm2)
From 1 January 2013
On-mode power consumption ≤ 0,41 · (20 W + A · 4,3224 W/dm2)
A = visible screen area expressed in
dm2
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Energy Savings
Assessment and verification:
Test report.
Test according to the revised IEC 62087 standard.
Conditions of the test:
On mode consumption in its condition as delivered to the consumer.
(Or if TV has a forced menu upon initial star up, the default shall be the
setting which is recommended by the manufacturer for normal home
use). Photographic evidence regarding the hard off-switch.
Using the dynamic broadcast video signal (Methods of Measurement for
the Power Consumption of Audio, video and Related Equipment).
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Energy Savings
Assessment and verification:
Test report. Laboratories:
• Tests can be carried out in-house (CB approval)
• Test can be carried out in
• Laboratory approved by the Competent Body
• Laboratory that meet the requirements expressed in standard
EN ISO 17025
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Energy Savings
Related legislation
Directive EuP
Directive 2005/32/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 July 2005 establishing a
framework for the setting of ecodesign requirements for energy-using products and amending Council
Directive 92/42/EEC and Directives 96/57/EC and 2000/55/EC of the European Parliament and of the
Council.
Televisions. Lot 5 30th March 2009. Regulatory Committee adopted minimum performance and labelling
requirements for TVs.
The Paragraph 1 of the Annex I of the Commission Regulation implementing Directive 2005/32/EC is closely related with
criterion 1.c) of the EU Eco-label for televisions.
It sets that the on-mode power consumption shall not exceed the following limits:
Full HD resolution: 20 W + A · 1,12 · 4,3224 W / dm2
All other resolutions: 20 W + A · 4,3224 W /dm2
From 1 April 2012 the limits will be:
All resolutions: 16 W + A · 3,4579 W / dm2
The Paragraph 2 (2)(a) of the Annex I of the Commission Regulation implementing Directive 2005/32/EC is closely related
with criterion 1.a) of the European Eco-label.
The Paragraph 2 sets the following limits: a) Power consumption in “off mode” < 0,3 W
Exception: TVs with an easily visible switch (consumption ≤ 0,01 Watts) < 0,5 W
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Mercury Content of Fluorescent Lamp
• Total amount of mercury
Hg ≤ 75 mg (visible screen diagonal ≤ 40 inches)
Hg ≤ 99 mg (visible screen diagonal > 40 inches)
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Mercury Content of Fluorescent Lamp
Assessment and verification:
Self declaration with the compliance with the criteria.
Suppliers lamps declarations with the number of lamps and the total
mercury content of the lamps.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Life-time extension
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Commercial guarantee ≥ 2 years
Availability of compatible electronic parts ≥ 7
years
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Life-time extension
Assessment and verification:
Information included in the User manual.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Life-time extension
Related legislation
Directive 1999/44/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 May
1999 on certain aspects of the sale of consumer goods and associated
guarantees.
“Article 5 Time limits
1. The seller shall be held liable under Article 3 where the lack of conformity becomes
apparent within two years as from delivery of the goods. If, under national legislation,
the rights laid down in Article 3(2) are subject to a limitation period, that period shall
not expire within a period of two years from the time of delivery.”
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Design for disassembly
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Television easily dismantled:
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Fixtures shall allow for its disassembly.
Plastics parts shall be of one polymer or be
compatible polymers for recycling.
Not use of metal inlays that cannot be separated.
Data on nature and amount of hazardous
substances in the television shall be gathered.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Design for disassembly
Assessment and verification:
Disassembly report (written or audiovisual format) including a diagram
of the television labelling the main components and identifying any
hazardous substances in components.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Design for Disassembly
Related legislation
The International Standard: ISO 11469 Plastics – Generic identification and
marking of plastics products, specifies a system of uniform marking of products
that have been fabricated from plastics materials. Provision for the process or
processes to be used for marking is outside the scope of this standard.
The marking system is intended to help identify plastics products for subsequent
decisions concerning handling, waste recovery or disposal.
Generic identification of the plastics is provided by the symbols and abbreviated
terms given in ISO 1043, parts 1 to 4.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Design for Disassembly
Related legislation
Directive 2006/121/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December
2006 amending Council Directive 67/548/EEC on the approximation of laws, regulations and
administrative provisions relating to the classification, packaging and labelling of dangerous
substances in order to adapt it to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 concerning the
Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) and
establishing a European Chemicals Agency.
According this Directive a Classification and Labelling Inventory will be developed based on the
notifications by industry of dangerous substances and on the information on classification and labeling
included in the REACH registration dossiers. Any manufacturer or importer who places on the market a
dangerous substance requiring registration under REACH, must notify the Agency of the following:
a) identity of the manufacturer or importer;
b) identity of the substance(s);
c) hazard classification of the substance(s);
d) hazard label of the substance(s);
e) specific concentration limits.
The Agency will create and maintain this inventory in the form of a database, which shall be publicly
accessible.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Design for Disassembly
Related legislation
The "Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of
Chemicals (GHS)", addresses classification of chemicals by types of hazard and
proposes harmonized hazard communication elements, including labels and
safety data sheets. It aims at ensuring that information on physical hazards and
toxicity from chemicals be available in order to enhance the protection of human
health and the environment during the handling, transport and use of these
chemicals. The GHS also provides a basis for harmonization of rules and
regulations on chemicals at national, regional and worldwide level, an important
factor also for trade facilitation.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Heavy Metals and Flame Retardants
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Prohibition: Cd, Pb, Hg, Cr6+
PBBs and PBDEs < 0,1 %
Prohibition of use of Flame retardants with the
risk phrases in plastic parts:
R40, R45, R46, R50, R51, R52, R53, R60, R61, R62, R63
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Heavy Metals and Flame Retardants
Assessment and verification:
Applicant declaration.
Declaration signed by the plastic and flame retardant suppliers.
Relevant safety data sheets about materials and substances.
Identification of the flame retardant used.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Heavy Metals and Flame Retardants
Related legislation
Directive RoHS
Directive 2002/95/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27
January 2003 on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in
electrical and electronic equipment.
“Article 4. Prevention
1. Member States shall ensure that, from 1 July 2006, new electrical and electronic
equipment put on the market does not contain lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent
chromium, polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) or polybrominated diphenyl ethers
(PBDE). National measures restricting or prohibiting the use of these substances in
electrical and electronic equipment which were adopted in line with Community
legislation before the adoption of this Directive may be maintained until 1 July 2006.”
EU Flower Criteria: Television
User instructions
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Information included into the User Manual and
in the website.
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Power consumption
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On
Off
Passive standby
Information on energy savings possible in different
modes
Average annual energy consumption
Advantages about energy efficiency
EU Flower Criteria: Television
User instructions
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Information included into the User Manual and
in the website.
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How to reduce power consumption
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Un-plugging TV when it is not being used for a long time (0
kWh)
Using the hard off-switch (almost 0 kWh)
Using the stand-by mode reduce the consumption
Reducing the brightness of the screen will reduce energy
Position of the hard off-switch
Who is qualified to repair TVs
End-of-life instructions for the proper disposal of TVs
Information about the Eco-label: http://www.ecolabel.eu
EU Flower Criteria: Television
User instructions
Assessment and verification:
Declaration of the applicant.
Copy of the Instruction manual.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Life-time extension
Related legislation
Directive WEEE
Directive 2002/96/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27
January 2003 on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE)
‘Article 5. Separate collection
2. For WEEE from private households, Member States shall ensure that by the 13 August 2005:
(a) systems are set up allowing final holders and distributors to return such waste at least free of charge.
Member States shall ensure the availability and accessibility of the necessary collection facilities, taking into
account in particular the population density;
(b) when supplying a new product, distributors shall be responsible for ensuring that such waste can be returned
to the distributor at least free of charge on a one-to-one basis as long as the equipment is of equivalent type and
has fulfilled the same functions as the supplied equipment. Member States may depart from this provision
provided they ensure that returning the WEEE is not thereby made more difficult for the final holder and provided
that these systems remain free of charge for the final holder. Member States making use of this provision shall
inform the Commission thereof;
(c) without prejudice to the provisions of (a) and (b), producers are allowed to set up and operate individual
and/or collective take back systems for WEEE from private households provided that these are in line with the
objectives of this Directive;’
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Life-time extension
Related legislation
Directive WEEE
Directive 2002/96/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27
January 2003 on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE)
‘Article 6. Treatment
1. Member States shall ensure that producers or third parties acting on their behalf, in
accordance with Community legislation, set up systems to provide for the treatment of
WEEE using best available treatment, recovery and recycling techniques. The systems may
be set up by producers individually and/or collectively. To ensure compliance with Article 4 of
Directive 75/442/EEC, the treatment shall, as a minimum, include the removal of all fluids
and a selective treatment in accordance with Annex II to this Directive.’
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Information appearing on the Eco-label
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Text included into the box 2 of the Eco-label:
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High energy efficiency
Reduced CO2 emissions
Designed to facilitate repair and recycling
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Information appearing on the Eco-label
Assessment and verification:
Declaration of the applicant.
Copy of the packaging and documentation where the Eco-label appears.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Making an Application. Exercise 1
Purpose of the exercise:
Learn how to make an application in practice.
Introduction of the exercise:
Televisions’ manufacturer: Company ‘A’. Multinational company certified with
ISO 14001 and registered into the EMAS’ register.
The company is located in China and the main part of the production is done
there, for that the products are labelled as ‘Made in China’.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Making an Application. Exercise 1
Introduction of the exercise:
Products: Three products of the same family: TV1-32”, TV2-42”, TV3-46”. The
three models have the same components; the only difference is the size. (TV132” = 32 inches, TV2-42” = 42 inches, TV3-46” = 46 inches).
These televisions are LCD (Liquid Crystal Displays) with an IRD (Integrated
digital Receiver/Decoder).
These products are sold around the world, also in all the European countries.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Making an Application. Exercise 1
Questions:
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Where to deliver the application?
Which reductions could the company apply for?
Documentation needed to justify the fulfilment of each criterion.
How to obtain this information.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
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Exercise 1. Solutions
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Where to deliver the application?
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According article 7, paragraph 3.c of the Regulation (EC) No
1980/2000
of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 July 2000 on
a
revised Community eco-label award scheme, the application may
be
presented to any European competent body.
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EU Flower Criteria: Television
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Exercise 1. Solutions
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2.
Which reductions could the company
apply for?
To know the exact percentage of reduction it is necessary to contact with
the Competent Body.
[1] COMMISSION DECISION of 10 November 2000 establishing the application and annual fees of the
Community Eco-label (2000/728/EC)
[2] COMMISSION DECISION of 22 May 2003 amending Decision 2000/728/EC establishing the application and
annual fees of the Community eco-label (2003/393/EC)
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Exercise 1. Solutions
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3. Documentation needed to justify the fulfilment
of each criterion.
4.
How to obtain this information?
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Criteria No 1. Energy savings
a. Passive Standby
b. Maximum Energy Consumption
c. Energy Efficiency
Documentation:
Test reports done in an accepted laboratory. It is necessary 3 test one
for every television model: TV1-32”, TV2-42” and TV3-46” because the
consumption increase with the size.
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Criteria No 2. Mercury content of Fluorescent Lamps
Documentation:
Manufacturers’ self declaration.
Documentation on the mercury content of lamps from supplier 1 for each
model.
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Criteria No 3. Lifetime extension
Documentation:
Copy of the User Manual.
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Criteria No 4. Design for Disassembly
Documentation:
Report detailing the dismantling of the television (one report for model).
Diagram of the television labelling the main components and any
hazardous
substances.
Document with a detailed list of hazardous substances including the
identification of the material type, the quantity used and the location.
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Criteria No 5. Heavy Metals and Flame retardants
a. Cadmium, lead, mercury, chromium 6+, PBB and PBDE.
Documentation:
Manufacturers’ self declaration.
b. Plastic parts shall not contain flame retardant substances that are
assigned
some risk phrases.
Documentation:
Declaration signed by providers 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7.
Copy of Material Data Safety Sheets of Plastic a, b, c, d, e and f.
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Criteria No 6. User instructions
Documentation:
Copy of the user manual. (Could be a unique User manual for all models
or
one for model).
Criteria No 7. Information appearing on the Eco-label
Documentation:
Copy of the materials (user manual, promotional materials, packaging,
etc.)
that include the EU Eco-label.
EU Flower Criteria:
Television
CASE 1: Enlargement of the license
Introduction of the exercise:
Company A wants to apply the European Eco-label for a product that it
is almost equal than some awarded products. The new product is
called TV4-36”.
The only difference between products TV1-32”, TV2-42” and TV3-46”
and the new model TV4-36” is the size of the television. The new model
TV4-36” has 36 inches.
Questions:
1. Which criteria company has to justify again.
2. Which documentation to deliver to justify the fulfilment of the new
product.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Making an Application. Exercise 2
Purpose of the exercise:
Deliver an application to extent a license or modify a certified product.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
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Exercise 2. Solutions CASE 1: Enlargement of the
license
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1. Which criteria company has to justify again.
2. Which documentation to deliver to justify the fulfilment of
the new product.
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Documents:
Document signed by Company explaining the changes introduced in the
product.
Dossier justifying that the product keeps fulfilling the criteria affected.
Criteria affected:
As the unique change is the size of the product the criteria affected are:
Criterion No 1. Energy Savings
Criterion No 2. Mercury content of Fluorescent Lamps
Criterion No 6. User instruction and Criterion No 7. Information
appearing
EU Flower Criteria: Television
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Criteria No 1. Energy savings
Documentation:
Test report.
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Criterion No 2. Mercury Content of Fluorescent Lamps
Documentation:
Manufacturer self declaration.
Documentation on the mercury content of lamps from supplier 1.
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Criterion No 6. User instruction and Criterion No7. Information
appearing
on the Eco-label
Documentation:
Only if the User manual is different, Company A has to provide a copy of
it.
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EU Flower Criteria: Television
CASE 2: Modification of awarded products.
Introduction of the exercise:
Company A will use a new plastic: Plastic g, provided by Supplier 8,
instead of the Plastic a.
Question:
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Which criteria Company has to justify again
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Which documentation to deliver to justify the fulfilment of the
new product.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
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Exercise 2. Solutions CASE 2: Modification of an
award
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1. Which criteria Company has to justify again
2. Which documentation to deliver to justify the fulfilment of
the
new product.
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Documents:
Document signed by Company explaining the changes introduced in the
products.
Dossier justifying that the product keeps fulfilling the criteria affected.
Criteria affected:
As the unique change is one plastic part the criteria affected is:
Criterion No 4. Design for Disassembly
Criteria No 5. Heavy Metals and Flame retardants
EU Flower Criteria: Television
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Criterion No 4. Design for Disassembly
Only if there are a hazardous substances included in the plastic part.
Documentation:
Diagram of the television modified including the new plastic.
Document with a detailed list of hazardous substances including the
substances of the new plastic.
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Criteria No 5. Heavy Metals and Flame retardants
Cadmium, lead, mercury, chromium 6+, PBB and PBDE.
Documentation:
Manufacturers’ self declaration.
Plastic parts shall not contain flame retardant substances that are
assigned
some risk phrases.
Documentation:
Declaration signed by providers 8.
Copy of Material Data Safety Sheet of Plastic g.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
CASE 3: Change of name of an awarded product.
Introduction of the exercise:
The product TV1-32” will be also called and sold for marketing
reasons as Television1-32”.
Question:
1. Which criteria Company has to justify again
2. Which documentation to deliver to justify the fulfilment of the new
product.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
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Exercise 2. Solutions
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CASE 3: Change of name of an awarded product.
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1. Which criteria Company has to justify again
2. Which documentation to deliver to justify the fulfilment of
the
new product.
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Documentation:
Document signed by Company explaining that the unique modification is
that
Company A changes the product name, but the product is exactly the
same.
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Successful Stories
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Success Stories
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SHARP
1st TV with the European Eco-label (2005)
Products awarded with the Flower:
LCD colour televisions, family SH
LC-13SH1E, LC-15SH1E, LC-20SH1E, LC-15SH2E, LC20SH2E
LCD colour televisions, family AQUOS
LC-20S4E, LC-26GA6E, LC-32GA6E, LC-37GA6E, LC-26P50E,LC-32P50E, LC37P50E, LC-32GA9E,
LC-37GA9E, LC-32BV9E, LC-37BV9E, LC-26P55E, LC-32P55E, LC-37P55E, LC-32GA8E, LC32BV8E, LC-37GA8E, LC-37BV8E, LC-26SA1E, LC-26SV1E, LC-32SA1E, LC-32SV1E, LC37SA1E, LC-37SV1E,LC-42SA1E,LC-32RA1E, LC-37RA1E, LC-32SA1EA, LC-32SV1EA, LC19A1EBK, LC-19A1EWH, LC32D65E, LC32D653E, LC32D654E, LC37D65E, LC37D653E,
LC37D654E, LC46D65E, LC46D653E, LC46D654E, LC52D65E, LC32DH65E, LC32DH65S,
LC32DH66E, LC37DH65E, LC37DH65S, LC37DH66E, LC46DH65E, LC46DH65S, LC46DH66E,
LC52DH65E, LC52DH65S, LC52DH66E, LC32DH77E, LC32DH77S, LC32DH77V, LC42DH77E,
LC42DH77S, LC42DH77V, LC46DH77E, LC46DH77S, LC46DH77V, LC52DH77E, LC52DH77S,
LC52DH77V, LC32A47E, LC32DH57E, LC32DH57S, LC19S7E, LC26S7E, LC19SH7E,
LC26SH7E, LC40LE600E, LC40LE600S, LC46LE600E, LC46LE600S, LC32LE700E,
LC32LX700E, LC32LU700E, LC32LE700S, LC32LU700S, LC40LE700E, LC40LX700E,
LC40LU700E, LC40LE700S, LC40LU700S, LC46LE700E, LC46LX700E, LC46LU700E,
LC46LE700S, LC46LU700S, LC52LE700E, LC52LE700S
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Success Stories
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SONY
(2009)
Products awarded with the Flower:
32E5500/5510/5520 series, 40E5500/5510/5520 series, 37P5500 series, 40P5500 series, 37S5500
series,
40S5500 series, 32V5500/5610 series, 37V5500/5610 series, 40V5500/5610 series, 46V5500/5610
series,
52V5500/5610 series, 32W5500/5710/5720/5730/5740 series, 37W5500/5710/5720/5730/5740 series,
40W5500/5710/5720/5730/5740 series, 46W5500/5710/5720/5730/5740 series, 40WE5 series,
46WE5 series, 52W5500 series, 32S5600/P5600/P3600 series, 37S5600/P5600 series, 40S5600/
P5600/
P3600 series, 40Z5500/5710 series, 46Z5500 series, 52Z5500 series
EU Flower Criteria: Television
Questions and Further Discussion
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Marketing Material
Brochure for consumers
producers
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EU Flower Criteria: Television
Questions and Further Discussion
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Marketing Material
Promotional Flash
http://ec.europa.eu/environment/ecolabel/promo/flash_en.htm
Use of the Flower logo in a brochure, article or publication.
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Introduction of the EU Flower Criteria for Television