Union européenne pour l'agrément technique dans la construction (UEAtc)
European Union of Agrément
Europäische Union für das Agrément im Bauwesen
First Statutes adopted 10 Oct 1960, Madrid (Spain). Present Statutes adopted 5 Mar 1998, London (UK).
Bring together officially recognized national institutes and organizations in Europe engaged in the issue of 'National Approvals' for construction products; ensure that, in the various countries of Europe, the equivalence of the 'National Approvals' issued by members can be established, whilst striving to facilitate export of construction products between countries.
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