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Energy efficiency and renewable energy sources — Common international terminology —Part 2:Renewable energy sources

ISO/IEC 13273-2:2015 contains transversal concepts and their definitions in the subject field of renewable energy sources. This horizontal standard is primarily intended for use by technical committees in the preparation of standards in accordance with the principles laid down in IEC Guide 108.


Energy efficiency and renewable energy sources — Common international terminology —Part 1:Energy efficiency

ISO 17745:2016 specifies the characteristics of steel wire ring net panel for retaining of unstable slopes controlling and preventing rockfalls and loose debris flow along roads, highways and railway, urban areas, mines and quarries, and for snow avalanche protection produced from metallic-coated steel wire or advanced metallic coating. It is not applicable to anchors or soil nails for fixing of steel mesh to an unstable slope.


Energy management systems —Measurement and verification of energy performance of organizations — General principles and guidance

ISO 50015:2014 establishes general principles and guidelines for the process of measurement and verification (M&V) of energy performance of an organization or its components. ISO 50015:2014 can be used independently, or in conjunction with other standards or protocols, and can be applied to all types of energy.


Natural stone products - Dimensional stone work - Requirements

This European Standard specifies requirements for the following stone units: a) Structural solid stone units: i. Load bearing stone elements, typically subject to prevailing compression stresses, such as solid columns, arches and similar; ii. Solid stone elements used for parapets, handrails, balustrades, copings and the like, intended to withstand horizontal live loadings in addition to any dead load. b) Finishing solid stone units: i. Curved cladding panels, for the external finishing of walls, columns or pilasters; ii. Stone elements for framing one or more side openings in building walls or floors, such as sills, jambs, architraves and similar. This European Standard does not include stone masonry units, as defined in EN 771-6, stone which is a ‘caston’ finish to pre-cast concrete or agglomerated stones. Moreover it does not cover commemorative or funeral stones and sculptures, when they do not show the above mentioned characteristics.


Natural stone - Rough blocks - Requirements

This European Standard specifies requirements for rough blocks of natural stone from which products for use in building or commemorative stones and other similar applications are made. It does not cover artificially agglomerated stony material nor installation. 2


Fertilizers and soil conditioners -- Classification

Establishes a classification system. It includes an explanation of the meaning of each heading and clearly assigns each material to an appropriate group.


Fertilizers and liming materials -- Sampling and sample preparation -- Part 1: Sampling

ISO 14820-1:2016 specifies sampling plans and methods of representative sampling of fertilizers and liming materials to obtain samples for physical and chemical analysis, from packages and containers up to and including 1 000 kg, from fluid products and from fertilizers in bulk provided the product is in motion. It is applicable to the sampling of lots of fertilizer or liming material supplied or ready for supply to third parties, as such, or in smaller lots, each of which would be subject to local, national or regional legislation. Where legislation so requires, samples are taken in accordance with this part of ISO 14820. NOTE The term "fertilizer" is used throughout the body of this document and is taken to include liming materials unless otherwise indicated. This part of ISO 14820 does not cover complete, statistical sampling plans.


Fertilizers and liming materials -- Sampling and sample preparation -- Part 2: Sample preparation

ISO 14820-2:2016 specifies methods for the reduction and preparation of samples of fertilizers and liming materials and sets out the requirements for sample preparation reports. It also specifies methods for the preparation of test samples and test portions from laboratory samples of fertilizer for subsequent chemical or physical analysis. It does not cover the preparation of samples for certain physical tests which require test portions of more than 2 kg. It is applicable to all fertilizers. NOTE The term "fertilizer" is used throughout the body of this part of ISO 14820 and is taken to include liming materials unless otherwise indicated.


Environmental management — Environmental technology verification (ETV)

This document specifies principles, procedures and requirements for environmental technology verification (ETV).


Environmental management — Material flow cost accounting — General framework

ISO 14051:2011 provides a general framework for material flow cost accounting (MFCA). Under MFCA, the flows and stocks of materials within an organization are traced and quantified in physical units (e.g. mass, volume) and the costs associated with those material flows are also evaluated. The resulting information can act as a motivator for organizations and managers to seek opportunities to simultaneously generate financial benefits and reduce adverse environmental impacts. MFCA is applicable to any organization that uses materials and energy, regardless of their products, services, size, structure, location, and existing management and accounting systems. MFCA can be extended to other organizations in the supply chain, both upstream and downstream, thus helping to develop an integrated approach to improving material and energy efficiency in the supply chain. This extension can be beneficial because waste generation in an organization is often driven by the nature or quality of materials provided by a supplier, or the specification of the product requested by a customer. By definition, management accounting and environmental management accounting (EMA) focus on providing organizations with information for internal decision-making. MFCA, one of the major tools of EMA, also focuses on information for internal decision-making, and is intended to complement existing environmental management and management accounting practices. Although an organization can choose to include external costs in an MFCA analysis, external costs are outside the scope of ISO 14051:2011. The MFCA framework presented in ISO 14051:2011 includes common terminologies, objective and principles, fundamental elements, and implementation steps. However, detailed calculation procedures or information on techniques for improving material or energy efficiency are outside the scope of ISO 14051:2011. ISO 14051:2011 is not intended for the purpose of third party certification.


Greenhouse gases — Competence requirements for greenhouse gas validation teams and verification teams

ISO 14066:2011 specifies competence requirements for validation teams and verification teams. ISO 14066:2011 complements the implementation of ISO 14065. ISO 14066:2011 is not linked to any particular greenhouse gas (GHG) programme. If a particular GHG programme is applicable, competence requirements of that GHG programme are additional to the requirements of ISO 14066:2011.


Environmental management — Life cycle assessment — Critical review processes and reviewer competencies: Additional requirements and guidelines to ISO 14044:2006

ISO/TS 14071:2014 provides additional specifications to ISO 14040:2006 and ISO 14044:2006. It provides requirements and guidelines for conducting a critical review of any type of LCA study and the competencies required for the review. ISO/TS 14071:2014 provides: details of a critical review process, including clarification with regard to ISO 14044:2006; guidelines to deliver the required critical review process, linked to the goal of the life cycle assessment (LCA) and its intended use; content and deliverables of the critical review process; guidelines to improve the consistency, transparency, efficiency and credibility of the critical review process; the required competencies for the reviewer(s) (internal, external and panel member); the required competencies to be represented by the panel as a whole. ISO/TS 14071:2014 does not cover the applications of LCA.


Sustainability in buildings and civil engineering works — Guidelines on the application of the general principles in ISO 15392

ISO/TS 12720:2014 provides guidance for the application of the general principles of sustainability in buildings and civil engineering works elaborated in ISO 15392. It shows the different actors involved with the construction works how to take these principles into account in their decision-making processes in order to increase the contribution of the construction works to sustainability and sustainable development. ISO/TS 12720:2014 provides a step-by-step approach for: encouraging the application of the general principles by all stakeholders at each stage of the project and its use, from the decision to build and the initial development of the project brief until the end-of-life of the construction works; helping interested parties to consider and/or incorporate sustainability thinking in all phases of the building's or civil engineering works' life cycle, for all relevant issues of concern, by raising key questions in relation to the general principles; understanding the outcome (


Information technology — Security techniques — Guidelines for the analysis and interpretation of digital evidence

ISO/IEC 27042:2015 provides guidance on the analysis and interpretation of digital evidence in a manner which addresses issues of continuity, validity, reproducibility, and repeatability. It encapsulates best practice for selection, design, and implementation of analytical processes and recording sufficient information to allow such processes to be subjected to independent scrutiny when required. It provides guidance on appropriate mechanisms for demonstrating proficiency and competence of the investigative team. Analysis and interpretation of digital evidence can be a complex process. In some circumstances, there can be several methods which could be applied and members of the investigative team will be required to justify their selection of a particular process and show how it is equivalent to another process used by other investigators. In other circumstances, investigators may have to devise new methods for examining digital evidence which has not previously been considered and should be able to show that the method produced is "fit for purpose". Application of a particular method can influence the interpretation of digital evidence processed by that method. The available digital evidence can influence the selection of methods for further analysis of digital evidence which has already been acquired. ISO/IEC 27042:2015 provides a common framework, for the analytical and interpretational elements of information systems security incident handling, which can be used to assist in the implementation of new methods and provide a minimum common standard for digital evidence produced from such activities.


Information technology — Security techniques — Incident investigation principles and processes

ISO/IEC 27043:2015 provides guidelines based on idealized models for common incident investigation processes across various incident investigation scenarios involving digital evidence. This includes processes from pre-incident preparation through investigation closure, as well as any general advice and caveats on such processes. The guidelines describe processes and principles applicable to various kinds of investigations, including, but not limited to, unauthorized access, data corruption, system crashes, or corporate breaches of information security, as well as any other digital investigation. In summary, this International Standard provides a general overview of all incident investigation principles and processes without prescribing particular details within each of the investigation principles and processes covered in this International Standard. Many other relevant International Standards, where referenced in this International Standard, provide more detailed content of specific investigation principles and processes.


Information technology — Security techniques — Privacy framework

ISO/IEC 29100:2011 provides a privacy framework which specifies a common privacy terminology; defines the actors and their roles in processing personally identifiable information (PII); describes privacy safeguarding considerations; and provides references to known privacy principles for information technology. ISO/IEC 29100:2011 is applicable to natural persons and organizations involved in specifying, procuring, architecting, designing, developing, testing, maintaining, administering, and operating information and communication technology systems or services where privacy controls are required for the processing of PII.


Children's furniture - Mattresses for cots and cribs - Safety requirements and test methods

This European Standard specifies safety requirements and test methods for mattresses including mattress bases and mattress toppers, used in children's cots, travel cots, cribs and suspended baby beds, for domestic and non-domestic use.


Environmental management systems — General guidelines on implementation

This European Standard does not apply to mattresses for carry cots and pram bodies, inflatable mattresses, water mattresses and mattresses used for medical purposes.


Environmental management systems — Guidelines for the phased implementation of an environmental management system, including the use of environmental performance evaluation

This International Standard provides guidance for all organizations, but particularly small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), on the phased development, implementation, maintenance and improvement of an environmental management system. It also includes advice on the integration and use of environmental performance evaluation techniques. This International Standard is applicable to any organization, regardless of its level of development, the nature of the activities undertaken or the location at which they occur.


Environmental management systems — Guidelines for incorporating ecodesign

ISO 14006:2011 provides guidelines to assist organizations in establishing, documenting, implementing, maintaining and continually improving their management of ecodesign as part of an environmental management system (EMS). ISO 14006:2011 is intended to be used by those organizations that have implemented an EMS in accordance with ISO 14001, but can help in integrating ecodesign in other management systems. The guidelines are applicable to any organization regardless of its size or activity. ISO 14006:2011 applies to those product-related environmental aspects that the organization can control and those it can influence. ISO 14006:2011 does not establish by itself specific environmental performance criteria, and is not intended for certification purposes.


Safety of escalators and moving walks - Part 1: Construction and installation

This European Standard is applicable for new escalators and moving walks (pallet or belt type) as defined in Clause 3. This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to escalators and moving walks when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This European Standard is not applicable to escalators and moving walks which were manufactured before the date of its publication. It is, however, recommended that existing installations be adapted to this standard.


Information technology — Security techniques — Privacy architecture framework

This document defines a privacy architecture framework that: — specifies concerns for ICT systems that process PII; — lists components for the implementation of such systems; and — provides architectural views contextualizing these components. This document is applicable to entities involved in specifying, procuring, architecting, designing, testing, maintaining, administering and operating ICT systems that process PII. It focuses primarily on ICT systems that are designed to interact with PII principals.


Information technology — Security techniques — Entity authentication assurance framework

ISO/IEC 29115:2013 provides a framework for managing entity authentication assurance in a given context. In particular, it: - specifies four levels of entity authentication assurance; - specifies criteria and guidelines for achieving each of the four levels of entity authentication assurance; - provides guidance for mapping other authentication assurance schemes to the four LoAs; - provides guidance for exchanging the results of authentication that are based on the four LoAs; and - provides guidance concerning controls that should be used to mitigate authentication threats.


Information technology — Security techniques — Verification of cryptographic protocols

ISO/IEC 29128:2011 establishes a technical base for the security proof of the specification of cryptographic protocols. It specifies design evaluation criteria for these protocols, as well as methods to be applied in a verification process for such protocols. It also provides definitions of different protocol assurance levels consistent with evaluation assurance components in ISO/IEC 15408.


Energy savings — Determination of energy savings in organizations

ISO 50047:2016 describes approaches for the determination of energy savings in organizations. It can be used by all organizations, whether or not they have an energy management system, such as ISO 50001. ISO 50047:2016 addresses the following topics in the context of energy savings: · establishing the purpose of determining energy savings; · determining boundaries; · energy accounting, including primary and delivered energy and the use of common energy units; · selecting an approach for the determination of energy savings; · establishing an energy baseline; · normalization of energy consumption; · determination of energy savings; · reporting and other matters. Specific methods for the measurement and verification of energy performance and its improvement are outside the scope of ISO 50047:2016.


Sustainability in building construction Sustainability indicators Part 2 : Framework for the development of indicators for civil engineering works

This part of ISO 21929 establishes a list of aspects and impacts which should be taken as the basis for the development of sustainability indicators for assessing the sustainability performance of new or existing civil engineering works, related to their design, construction, operation, maintenance, refurbishment and end-of-life. Together, the indicators developed from this list of aspects and impacts provide measures to express the contribution of a civil engineering works to sustainability and sustainable development. The developed indicators should represent aspects of civil engineering works that impact on issues of concern related to sustainability and sustainable development. The object of consideration in this part of ISO 21929 is a civil engineering works, a part of the civil engineering works or a combination of several civil engineering works. NOTE The aspects and impacts described in this part of ISO 21929 are intended to be used for all types of civil engineering works. Development of specific sets of indicators for different typologies of civil engineering works (industrial processes infrastructures; linear infrastructures; dams and other fluvial works; maritime works; public spaces; other civil engineering works-not contained in the previous typologies) will be the subject of future standardization work. This part of ISO 21929 — adapts general sustainability principles for civil engineering works, — includes a framework for developing sustainability indicators for use in the assessment of economic, environmental and social impacts of civil engineering works, — establishes a core set of aspects and impacts, which should be taken into account, when developing systems of indicators for civil engineering works, — describes how to use sustainability indicators with regard to civil engineering works, and — gives rules for establishing a system of indicators. This part of ISO 21929 follows the principles set out in ISO 15392 and, where appropriate, is intended to be used in conjunction with, and following the principles set out in, ISO 26000, ISO 14040 and the family of International Standards that includes ISO 14020, ISO 14021, ISO 14024 and ISO 14025. Where deviation occurs or where more specific requirements are stated, this part of ISO 21929 takes precedence. This part of ISO 21929 does not give guidelines for the weighting of indicators or the aggregation of assessment results.


General technical rules for measurement, calculation and verification of energy savings of projects

ISO 17741:2016 specifies the general technical rules for measurement, calculation and verification of energy savings in retrofits projects or new projects.


Energy efficiency and savings calculation for countries, regions and cities

ISO 17742:2015 provides a general approach for energy efficiency and energy savings calculations with indicator-based and measure-based methods for the geographical entities countries, regions, and cities. ISO 17742:2015 considers all end-use sectors, such as households, industry, tertiary (services, etc.), agriculture, and transport. It does not incorporate calculation of energy efficiency and energy savings in energy supply sectors, such as power plants, refineries, and coal mines.


Energy savings — Definition of a methodological framework applicable to calculation and reporting on energy savings

ISO 17743:2016 establishes a methodological framework that applies to the calculation and reporting of energy savings from existing (implemented) and prospective measures and actions which intend to save energy. This framework standard will be applicable to other standards in the field of energy saving determination. ISO 17743:2016 addresses the following in the context of energy savings: - terminology; - definition of the system boundaries; - principles for the determination of a baseline; - principles for statistical indicator-based methods; - data used; - principles for reporting. The development of the methodology for measurement and verification of the energy savings is not in the scope of this International Standard. The methodology of construction of the scenarios for future energy saving measures and actions is not in the scope of this International Standard.


Furniture - Bunk beds and high beds - Part 1: Safety, strength and durability requirements

This European Standard specifies requirements for the safety, strength and durability of bunk beds and high beds for domestic and non-domestic use. It applies to bunk beds with a height to the upper surface of the top bed base of 600 mm or more above the floor and to high beds with a height to the upper surface of the bed base of 600 mm or more above the floor. The loads and forces in the strength and durability tests apply to beds with an internal length greater than 140 cm and a maximum bed base width of 120 cm." The dimensional requirements are intended to minimise the risk of accidents, particularly to children. The strength and durability requirements are intended to represent use by one occupant per bed. Safety requirements for other products included in a bunk bed/high bed, for example a table or storage furniture, are not included in this standard. This European Standard does not apply to bunk beds and high beds used for special purposes, including but not limited to prison, the military and fire brigades.


Furniture - Bunk beds and high beds - Part 2: Test methods

This European Standard specifies test methods for the safety, strength and durability of bunk beds and high beds for domestic and non-domestic use. The loads and forces in the strength and durability tests apply to beds with an internal length greater than 140 cm and a maximum bed base width of 120 cm. The tests are designed to be applied to a bed that is fully assembled and ready for use. The applicable safety requirements are given in EN 747-1.


Domestic furniture-Beds and mattresses-Safety requirements and test methods

This draft European Standard specifies mechanical safety requirements and testing for all types of fully erected domestic adult beds including all component elements such as bed frame, bed base, mattress and mattress pads (when they form a unit with the mattress). It does not applay to foldaway beds, bunk beds, children cots and adjustable beds for disabled persons where separate standards exist, as well as waterbeds and air beds. Further tests may be applicable for test units that are multi purposes, e.g. convertible sofa beds and power driven system.


Diesel Blends and Fuels - Cold Filterability Issues

This Technical Report provides the latest thinking described during a workshop on 1 June 2015 by national experts involved in the investigations, and proposes possible solutions to solve the diesel fuel filter plugging issues in these countries. NOTE For the purposes of this Technical Report, the terms "% (m/m)" and "% (V/V)" are used to represent respectively the mass fraction, µ, and the volume fraction, φ.


Extruded Sheets of Impact-Modified Polystyrene (PS-I) — Requirements and Test Methods

This standard specifies the requirements and test methods for solid flat extruded sheets of impact-modified polystyrene (PS-I1) without fillers and reinforcing materials. This standard applies only to thickness 0,25 mm to 20,0 mm in accordance with clause 3. This standard also applies to PS-I sheet in roll form.


Extruded sheets of polyethylene (PE-HD) — Requirements and test methods

This standard specifies the requirements and test methods for solid flat extruded sheets of polyethylene homopolymers (PE - HD) without fillers or reinforcing materials. This standard applies only to thicknesses of 0,5 mm to 40 mm. This standard also applies to PE - HD sheet in rolled form.


Plastics — Decorative solid surfacing materials — Part 1: Classification and specifications

ISO 19712-1:2008 establishes a classification system for solid surfacing materials according to their performance. ISO 19712-1:2008 also specifies property requirements for the various types of solid surfacing materials covered by this classification. Requirements are specified for the types that are most generally used, but additional types may be added as required. The specified limit values apply to the most commonly used types of material, but within each classification it may be possible to obtain variants having much higher performance values. These materials are characterized by their homogeneous appearance, renewable surfaces and inconspicuous seams. They are generally classified as solid surface sheets (designed for horizontal, vertical, wet and dry applications) and solid surface shapes (including, but not limited to, kitchen sinks, bathroom sinks, vanity tops, showers, tubs and spas). The important properties of solid surfacing materials are water resistance, thermal shoc


Plastics — Decorative Solid Surfacing Materials — Part 2: Determination of Properties — Sheet Goods

ISO 19712-2:2007 specifies the methods of test for determination of the properties of solid surfacing materials in the form of sheets. These methods are primarily intended for testing the materials specified in ISO 19712‑1.


Plastics — Decorative Solid Surfacing Materials — Part 3: Determination of Properties — Solid Surface Shapes

ISO 19712-3:2007 specifies the methods of test for determination of the properties of solid surfacing materials in the form of shaped products. These methods are primarily intended for testing the materials specified in ISO 19712‑1.


High-Pressure Decorative Laminates (HPL) - Sheets Based on Thermosetting Resins (usually called laminates) - Part 5: Classification and Specifications for Flooring Grade Laminates Less Than 2 mm Thick Intended for Bonding to Supporting Substrates

This European Standard applies to six classes of flooring grade laminates less than 2 mm thick produced by using a high pressure process, intended for bonding to supporting substrates, to produce HPL flooring elements. For laminate floor covering applications they meet the surface property requirements specified in EN 13329. High-pressure decorative flooring laminates are characterised by their high resistance to abrasion, aesthetic qualities and durability. They have good hygienic and anti-static properties and are easy to clean and maintain. The requirements in this document apply only to the high-pressure laminate, and additional properties will need to be specified in order to define the functional performance of the finished flooring product. This European Standard applies only to decorative laminates as defined in Clause 3. EN 438-2 specifies the methods of test relevant to this European Standard.


High-Pressure Decorative Laminates (HPL) - Sheets Based on Thermosetting Resins (usually called laminates) - Part 6: Classification and Specifications for Exterior-Grade Compact Laminates of Thickness 2 mm and Greater

This European Standard applies to Exterior-grade Compact laminates of thickness 2 mm and greater produced by using a high pressure process. It specifies requirements for standard and flame-retardant laminates intended for use under outdoor weather conditions such as direct sunlight rain and frost. Two levels of performance are specified; one for moderate exterior conditions, and the other for severe exterior conditions. Laminates complying with this European Standard are referred to as Exterior-grade Compact laminates, and are characterized by their high tensile strength, high impact resistance, thermal shock resistance, and resistance to weather and corrosion. They are available in a variety of decorative colours, with high resistance to colour change and aging in outdoor applications. When they are self-supporting Exterior-grade Compact laminates are ready for installation, and only require cutting to size, drilling, etc. to suit the application. EN 438-2 specifies the methods of test relevant to this part of EN 438.


High-Pressure Decorative Laminates (HPL) - Sheets Based on Thermosetting Resins (Usually called Laminates) - Part 7: Compact Laminate and HPL Composite Panels for Internal and External Wall and Ceiling Finishes

This document specifies the health, safety and energy saving requirements for: · Compact laminate panels/sidings for interior wall and ceiling finishes (including suspended ceilings); · HPL composite panels/sidings for interior wall and ceiling finishes (including suspended ceilings); · Compact laminate panels/sidings for exterior wall and ceiling finishes (including suspended ceilings); · HPL composite panels/sidings for exterior wall and ceiling finishes (including suspended ceilings). It also specifies methods for the evaluation of conformity of the product to the requirements, and includes requirements for marking. It covers only the HPL panels for non-structural applications, and does not cover fixing systems. The products are intended for use as wall and ceiling finishes for internal and external applications according to the manufacturer's specifications. The scope of this document does not cover: a) overlaid or veneered wood-based panels where the overlay/veneer is not HPL; b) HPL-surfaced wood-based panels intended for use as structural components. These products are covered by EN 13986 (wood-based panels for use in construction). This document covers only characteristics related to health, safety and energy-saving. All other characteristics are covered in separate European Standards for HPL products (see aAnnex B). b) HPL-surfaced wood-based panels intended for use as structural components. These products are covered by EN 13986 (wood-based panels for use in construction). This European Standard covers only characteristics related to health, safety and energy-saving. All other characteristics are covered in separate European Standards for HPL products (see annex B).


High-Pressure Decorative Laminates (HPL) - Sheets Based on Thermosetting Resins (Usually called Laminates) - Part 8: Classification and Specifications for Design Laminates

This document specifies performance requirements for design laminates intended for interior use with a design effect surface having a phenolic based core and a decorative surface, not covered by EN 438-3 [1], EN 438-4 [2], EN 438-5 [3] and EN 438-6 [4]. Three surface layer types (metal, wood veneer and pearlescent decor) are defined in this part of EN 438. EN 438-2 specifies the test methods relevant to this part of EN 438.


High-Pressure Decorative Laminates (HPL) - Sheets Based on Thermosetting Resins (Usually called Laminates) - Part 9: Classification and Specifications for Alternative Core Laminates

This European Standard specifies performance requirements for high-pressure decorative laminates (HPL) intended for interior use, the core compositions of which are not covered by EN 438-3 [1] to EN 438-6 [4] and EN 438-8 [5]. The core composition types (coloured core and metal reinforced core) are defined in this part of EN 438. EN 438-2 specifies the test methods relevant to this part of EN 438.


Fertilizers and soil conditioners -- Vocabulary

ISO 8157:2015 defines terms relating to fertilizers and soil conditioners.


Sustainability in buildings and civil engineering works — A review of terminology

ISO/TR 21932:2013 provides a compilation of terms and definitions of concepts related to both the construction and use of a building or civil engineering works, and the effect of such construction works on sustainability and sustainable development, as applied in the documents of ISO/TC 59/SC 17, Sustainability in buildings and civil engineering works.


Petroleum and Liquid Petroleum Products — Direct Static Measurements — Measurement of Content of Vertical Storage Tanks by Hydrostatic Tank Gauging

ISO 11223:2004 gives guidance on the selection, installation, commissioning, maintenance, validation and calibration of hydrostatic tank-gauging (HTG) systems for the direct measurement of static mass in petroleum storage tanks. It is intended to cover custody transfer applications, although details of other, less accurate, measurements are included for information. It also gives guidance on calculations of standard volume from measured mass and independently measured reference density. Information is also included on measurements of observed and standard volume using density measured by the HTG system itself. ISO 11223:2004 is applicable to hydrostatic tank-gauging systems which use pressure sensors with one port open to the atmosphere. It is applicable to the use of hydrostatic tank gauging on vertical, cylindrical, atmospheric storage tanks with either fixed or floating roofs. ISO 11223:2004 is not applicable to the use of hydrostatic tank gauging on pressurized tanks.


Petroleum Products - Guidelines for Good Housekeeping - Part 1: Automotive Diesel Fuels

This Technical Report provides general guidance on diesel fuel housekeeping. It does not pre-empt national or local regulations but addresses the issues of contamination by water, sediment, inorganic contaminants, or microbial growth that may occur in the supply chain during manufacture, blending, storage and transportation. It does not address contamination by other fuel products nor does it address possible contamination by water or sediment that may occur on-board vehicles. An informative note on vehicle factors is presented in Annex A, however.


Petroleum Products - Guidelines for Good Housekeeping - Part 2: Automotive Petrol Fuels

This document provides general guidance on petrol fuel housekeeping. It does not pre-empt national or local regulations. It addresses the issues of contamination by water or sediment that may occur in the supply chain during manufacture, storage and/or transportation. It does not address contamination by other products, nor does it address possible contamination by water or sediment that may occur on board vehicles, however, an informative note on vehicle factors is presented in Annex A.


Petroleum Products - Guidelines for Good Housekeeping - Part 3: Prevention of Cross Contamination

This document provides general guidance on automotive fuel handling. It does not pre-empt national or local regulations. It only addresses the issue of cross contamination between petrol and diesel automotive fuels that may occur in the supply chain, during manufacturing, storage, transportation or distribution. There may also be a risk of contamination with other products such as kerosene/jet fuel and off road diesel. The guidance principles described in this document would apply equally to managing these risks although some details may be different.


Petroleum Products and Used Oils - Determination of PCBs and Related Products - Part 1: Separation and Determination of Selected PCB Congeners by Gas Chromatography (GC) using an Electron Capture Detector (ECD) (EN

This European Standard specifies a method to determine the concentration of up to 12 individual or defined unresolved small groups of polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) congeners in petroleum products and related materials by means of a specified gaschromatographic separation procedure. The gas chromatographic separation is valid for the different quantification procedures described in Part 2 of this European Standard. This European Standard is applicable to unused, used and treated (e.g. dechlorinated) petroleum products including synthetic lubricating oils, and to petroleum products and synthetic lubricating oils suitably recovered from other materials, e.g. from waste materials. NOTE 1 The nominal application range does depend on precision, the lower limit per single congener is about 0,2 mg/kg. NOTE 2 For the purposes of this European Standard, the terms “% (V/V)” and “% (m/m)” are used to represent respectively the mass fraction and the volume fraction. This European Standard does not apply to insulating liquids, for which a different method (EN 61619) is available. Depending on current legislation, it may be necessary to measure either total or individual PCB congeners. EN 61619 may be followed as an alternative method for the determination of total PCBs, using the clean-up stage described in clause 8 of this standard. WARNING : The use of this standard can involve hazardous materials, operations and equipment. This standard does not purport to address all of the safety problems associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.