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Environmental Technology Verification (ETV) is a new tool to help innovative environmental technologies reach the market. Claims about the performance of innovative environmental technologies can be verified by qualified third parties called "Verification Bodies". The "Statement of Verification" delivered at the end of the ETV process can be used as evidence that the claims made about the innovation are both credible and scientifically sound. With proof of performance credibly assured, innovations can expect an easier market access and/or a larger market share and the technological risk is reduced for technology purchasers.

ETV at conference in Czech Republic

The International conference “ Research and Innovation for Practice Week (TVIP 2015)“, organised by the Czech Environment Management Center (CEMC) and ETV Verification Body, is focused on waste management, risk management and alternative energy sources. Experts will introduce results of research and innovation for environmental protection and present new technologies and materials. Speakers will include also experts involved in the implementation of innovative solutions in practice in order to positively influence the relationship between industrial development and the environment.