European Committee for the study of corrosion and protection of pipes and pipeline systems
Comité Européen pour l'etude de la corrosion et la protection des canalisations (CEOCOR)
Europäisches Studienkomitee für Korrosion und Korrosionsschutz von Rohrleitungssystemen
Founded 1956. Became an international organization, 1981, Brussels (Belgium), as a committee of H-XB2807 - International Water Services Association (IWSA). Original title: Committee on the Study of Corrosion and Protection of Canalizations -- Comité d'étude de la corrosion et de la protection des canalisations. Previously also known as International Corrosion Committee; Committee for the Study of Corrosion and the Protection of Pipework; Committee on the Study of Corrosion and Protection of Pipes. Current full title European Committee for the study of corrosion and protection of pipes and pile systems - Drinking water, waste water, gas and oil -- Comité Européen pour l'etude de la corrosion et la protection des canalisations - Eaux potables, Eaux usées, Gaz et Pétrole -- Europäisches Studienkomitee für Korrosion und Korrosionsschutz von Rohrleitungssystemen - Trinkwasser, Abwasser, Gas und Öl. Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Provide the basis for scientific and technical guidance in the fields of corrosion by studies, recommendations and publications; contribute to formulation of European standards.
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