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The UK Market Surveillance Report 201720th Jun 2018
The official report of market surveillance work completed in the UK during 2017 is now available to read. Click for details.
CECIP Website and Newsletter20th Jun 2018
The new CECIP website is now launched and is very good. It contains a lot of useful information on the work done by CECIP and we would encourage you to have a look.
WELMEC Newsletter20th Jun 2018
The WELMEC Committee now issues regular newsletters to keep all stakeholders updated. Click to read.
Supermarket Project by UK Trading Standards20th Jun 2018
This year Trading Standards officers have agreed to undertake a national project on supermarket scales. The project will take place between March and November 2018. For more detail click here.
CECIP Newsletter June 201819th Jun 2018
CECIP June newsletter is available - click here to read.
CECIP Newsletter May 201831st May 2018
CECIP May newsletter is available - click here to read.
The Local Authority Recycling Advisory Committee: The Future of Local Authority Waste Funding17th Apr 2018
A document on Local Authority Recycling was published recently. For further details click here.
WELMEC Working Group 5- European project on Supermarket EPOS17th Apr 2018
The European Working Group on market surveillance has just published its results of a survey on supermarket EPOS systems. For details click here.
The new NAWI Notes for Guidance17th Apr 2018
The Office for Product Safety and Standards have issued the new notes for Guidance for the NAWI Regulations 2016. Click for details.
Brexit- The transition period17th Apr 2018
It has recently been announced that there will be a two year transition period between the UK's departure from the EU on March the 29th 2019, and the date when EU legislation will cease to have effect on the 31st December 2020. It is felt that this transition period will give us more time to ensure that all type approvals will meet the requirements of EU legislation and that instruments can continue to be placed on the single market. This will apply to you if you have any business in the Republic of Ireland as well as all of the other EU states. For detailed information click here.