|Date||Monday 8 November|
|Title||Marking of Asphalt Products following Brexit|
|Speaker||Paul Newby BSI Group|
|Venue||The Counting House|
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|Time||18:30 (Food at 19:30)|
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|More details||The UKCA (UK Conformity Assessment) mark is the
new UK product marking that will be required for
certain products being placed on the market in Great
Britain (England, Wales and Scotland). It covers most
products that previously required the CE mark.
It will not be recognized in the EU market. Products
that require CE marking will still need a CE marking to
be sold in the EU.
The UKCA mark will come into force on 1 Jan 2021,
although CE marking will continue to be recognized in
the UK until the end of 2021. However, from the
beginning of 2022 only products with UKCA marking
will be accepted in Great Britain. From a technical
perspective, the requirements between UKCA and CE
marking remain the same for the time being.
CE marking will continue to be recognized for
products placed on the market in EU27 countries.