Updated criteria November 1, 2021
Möbelfakta's board is responsible for the content of Möbelfakta. The Criteria Council develops the criteria in accordance with the standard ISO 14024, which means that the products meet environmental requirements set by an independent third party, that the requirements are continuously tightened and that they are developed from a life cycle perspective.
The company must be able to present a comprehensive documentation that proves that the criteria in Möbelfakta's requirements are followed. Full transparency is expected from the company regarding how the content of the requirements specification is complied with. Compliance checks are performed at both companies and their suppliers. In the event that a company or its supplier violates the requirements, corrective measures must be taken.
A corrective measure means that a furniture manufacturer ensures that its own company, or supplier, rectifies the deviation as quickly as possible.
Information about the latest revision
Möbelfakta's criteria are continuously revised to ensure that they meet the requirements set in national public procurement.
On 1 November 2021, Möbelfakta's requirements specification within part 2 Environment was updated.
The transition period for the new requirements is until 1 May 2022. Until then, all furniture manufacturers must have ensured that their declared products meet the new requirements. An exception applies to requirement 18.104.22.168 Formaldehyde in wood-based boards, where the transition period is until 1 November 2022.
To get an overview of the changes and make it easy to identify the new requirements, there is a change document below.
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