The use of an air purification system helps to eliminate contaminants that may be present inside buildings. It is therefore one of the options for ensuring healthy indoor air. This is why it is highly recommended in all closed spaces that receive the public or staff.
In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, manufacturers of air purification products had to follow certain rules for placing products intended to combat COVID-19 on the market. These rules were specified by the Ministerial Decree of 12 May 2021, amended by the Ministerial Decree of 23 November 2021 and were in effect until 29 May 2022.
This ministerial decree could only be extended once.
A new royal decree will be issued by the end of 2022 to regulate the placing of these devices on the market.
At the same time, new legislation is planned, not only in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, but with the aim of sustainably improving indoor air quality in closed spaces accessible to the public.
Details of the new legislation and the resulting obligations for manufacturers will be communicated via this website after publication.
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