Building products and interior products influence the indoor environment. The concept of the Danish Society of Indoor Climate can be applied for documentation and labelling of this impact. This concept forms the basis of the labelling in both Denmark and Norway.
Normative and label issuing bodies in Denmark
The indoor climate labelling in Denmark was originally established as one organisation, but in order to adjust the organisation according to future CEN and ISO certification practice, the indoor climate labelling was already in its second year divided into two economically and legally independent organisations - a normative and a label issuing body respectively Danish Society of Indoor Climate and Danish Indoor Climate Labelling . The primary task of Danish Indoor Climate Labelling is to issue and supervise labelling certificates on the technical basis prepared by the Danish Society of Indoor Climate. The Danish Indoor Climate Labelling can inform on the status of the indoor-labelled products.
The test and labelling criteria of the Danish Society of Indoor Climate are described in standards.
General Labelling Criteria, which give the labelling criteria common to all products.
Product Standards , which give the product area specific requirements for obtaining a label. Product standards are closely related to practice and include experimental experiences.
Selected Literature on Indoor Climate:
For further information please contact:
The secretariat of the Danish Society of Indoor Climate
P.O. Box 141
Direct telephone: +45 7220 2325
Telefax: +45 7220 2330
|This page was updated March 4, 2002.|