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    FEICA’s input to the public consultation regarding the European Commission’s Inception Impact Assessment

    A solid regulatory framework is of greatest importance for the economic activities of manufacturers of construction products, such as adhesives and sealants. 

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    Update on EU institutions - June 2017 For members

    FEICA reports on various EU activities through the usual channels. Sometimes an additional update such as this one is published for our members with a recap of recent and general news.

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    FEICA informs European Commission of its position regarding the proposed “ecodesign requirements for electronic displays”. For members

    FEICA members understand and support the need for ecodesign to encourage end of life re-use and recycle solutions for electronic products and components. However, FEICA has concerns about the proposed resource efficiency requirements in Annex III of the draft ecodesign regulation. 

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    Update on EU institutions April 2017 For members

    FEICA reports on various EU activities through the usual channels. Sometimes an additional update such as this one is published for our members with a recap of recent and general news.

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    Update on EU institutions March 2017 For members

    FEICA reports on various EU activities through the usual channels. Sometimes an additional update such as this one is published for our members with a recap of recent and general news.

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    Press Release - FEICA’S first Good Practice stories published

    FEICA’s first Good Practice stories have been published on the FEICA website highlighting the association’s latest initiative specifically developed to support its sustainability goal. 

  • Good Practices

    Good practices in the use of adhesives and sealants and to enhance sustainability.

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    FEICA sets out its Sustainable Development Agenda

    This document is intended to broaden and improve understanding of sustainability in the industry, promote best practice, and encourage industry to increasingly engage in the development of adhesives and sealants solutions that enable customers and industries to operate more sustainably.

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    FEICA Benefit Story - The next generation windows, a new source of energy reduction

    Adhesives and sealants  are used for a wide variety of commercial and residential applications. Most sealants include silicone, acrylic, urethane, butyl and other polymeric types. Formulations have been developed to meet the performance specifications established by industry standards and the particular requirements of the end user. The use of adhesives and sealants allows for greater innovation in building design, along with increased durability of structures, the preservation of the building’s environment and a reduction in material consumption for the construction of the façade and windows.

    The use of adhesives and sealants in many sectors including construction, automotive, and energy production, contribute to reducing the carbon footprint of a surprising number of everyday and advanced products and manufacturing processes  creating a "new licence to do business in the 21st century”.

    A sustainable industry is a forward-looking industry, conscious of its responsibility and with a long-term perspective. This is the Adhesives and Sealants Industry - contributing to create a better future for society!

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    FEICA Benefit Story - Moving more with less CO2

    The motor car has been with us for more than 120 years and today it is hard to imagine life without the motor car. It has transformed our way of life, our landscape, and our outlook. Worldwide it has provided mobility, pleasure and economic opportunity to millions of people, but its widespread use has damaged the environment. Now the big question is how sustainable is the motor car, and the way we use it?

    The use of adhesives and sealants in many sectors including construction, automotive, and energy production, contribute to reducing the carbon footprint of a surprising number of everyday and advanced products and manufacturing processes  creating a "new licence to do business in the 21st century”.

    A sustainable industry is a forward-looking industry, conscious of its responsibility and with a long-term perspective. This is the Adhesives and Sealants Industry - contributing to create a better future for society!