Understanding the basic mechanism of transport economics makes it possible, with time, to define and implement potentially sustainable transport and mobility policies. Two courses of thought are developed in this process: on the one hand, using economic analysis tools (pricing and investment choice issues, financing mode) in transport economics, and, on the other, seeking to develop and implement a consistent transport policy. As a result, the following topics are discussed in this area.
Construction Products Regulation (CPR) (EU) No 305/2011 has been fully applicable since 1st July 2013. It has definitively replaced Construction Products Directive (CPD) 89/106/EEC. With this new regulation the European Commission (EC) intends to clear up a number of persistent misunderstandings arising mainly from confusion with other directives which also underlie CE marking.
In this brochure, BRRC concentrates on the topic area of sustainable development. Sustainable development is becoming increasingly hard to ignore any sector of society, and is perceived as a potential driving force behind economic development.