Publications - Position Papers
Europump position on the restriction of PFAS
PFAS materials are used in many of the listed and further applications, mainly as sealings, bearings, cable sheaths, coatings, pump inserts and membranes, due to their extraordinary behaviour. As the PFAS materials, which are up to 100 times more expensive compared to standard materials, are only used in those cases, where no alternative is available, Europump rejects the broad restriction of PFAS, as many vital applications will not work without PFAS materials.
Europump presents its approach to the circular economy
The European Commission has adopted the Circular Economy Action Plan (CEAP) which was initially introduced in March 2020. It is one of the main building blocks of the European Green Deal, Europe’s agenda for sustainable growth. The transition to a circular economy is expected to support the efficient use of natural resources and create sustainable growth and jobs. It is considered as a prerequisite to achieve the EU’s climate neutrality target and to halt biodiversity loss.
Joint statement on EU trade agreements
Europump co-signed a Joint Statement on EU Trade agreements, urging the EU institutions to continue making EU trade agreements a priority, opening new markets for trade and investment and promoting rules-based free trade, including strengthening the role of the World Trade Organisation (WTO).
Priorities for the Machinery Products Regulation
Joint Industry Letter : Read more about the industry’s priorities on Machinery Products Regulation in this joint statement cosigned by EUROPUMP with other 15 industrial organisations.
Shaping a New Deal for the Single Market
Joint Industry Letter : Shaping a New Deal for the Single Market: Harmonised standards in support of a competitive European industry
Europump Position Paper - Pressure Equipment
Europump Position Paper on the application of the Directive 2014/68/EU "Pressure Equipment" for pumps and pump units (dated 30 November 2019)
Joint Declaration for an EU industrial strategy
Europe is the cradle of the manufacturing industry and has been at the forefront of industrial
revolutions and technological innovations. The industry directly employs over 34 million people across
all Member States, in supply chains comprising hundreds of thousands of SMEs and larger suppliers. It
also indirectly accounts for millions of additional jobs in related sectors.
Construction Products Regulation (CPR)
The European Regulation No. 305/2011 (Construction Product Regulation, CPR) laying down harmonised conditions for the marketing of construction products has been applicable in all EU Member States since 01/07/2013