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Members

InData members are committed to work towards the objectives
of the InData Working Group and support its activities.

 
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Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development

Germany

Chair of the InData Working Group: Tanja Brockmann

The Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development (BBSR) is a departmental research institution under the portfolio of the German Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community (BMI).

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EPD Danmark

Denmark

EPD Danmark is the Danish EPD Programme Operator. It was established in the 2014 and publishes 3rd party verified EPDs for construction products on their website. The EPD programme works for a consistent level of quality and content of EPDs in Europe as well as the availability of its services for small and medium sized enterprises.

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EPD Italy

Italy

EPDItaly is the Italian Program Operator. The Companies publish their EPDs on www.epditaly.it obtaining international visibility and communicating to the market, in a clear and transparent way, the environmental impacts of their products and services.

 
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GreenDelta GmbH

Germany

GreenDelta – we apply „the art of sustainability consulting” – developing tools like openLCA and the EPD editor, providing more than 130,000 datasets in openLCA Nexus, and develop and verify EPDs, by our verifiers. We often work on and fight with heterogenous sustainability data worlds and therefore are actively involved in inData to make creation and exchange of EPDs smarter and better.

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IBO – Austrian Institute for Healthy and Ecological Building

Austria

The IBO is an independent, non-profit, scientific association that investigates the interactions between people, buildings and the environment. The limited company IBO Ltd. provides technical consultancy e.g. in the form of life cycle assessment in order to accelerate the development of ecological architecture.

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INIES

France

Managed in a participatory manner by actors in the construction field including public authorities, INIES is the French national reference database of environmental and health declarations for products, equipment, and services for evaluating building performance.

 
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Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V.

Germany

IBU - Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. operates a cross-sectoral environmental declaration program for construction products. IBU's EPD program stands for reliable LCA data in strict accordance with European and international standards.

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Oliver Kusche Research & Consulting

Germany

As a founding member of InData, Oliver Kusche Research & Consulting provides technical services and advice to InData members and supports the working group in achieving its goal of enabling seamless international data exchange and interoperability.

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The International EPD® System

Sweden

The International EPD® System is a global programme for voluntary and transparent communication of the life cycle environmental impacts of goods and services. Since the publication of the first EPD in 1999, the database at www.environdec.com currently (January 2019) consists of more than 950 certified environmental product declarations from organisations in 43 countries.

 
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The Norwegian EPD Foundation

Norway

The Norwegian EPD Foundation (EPD-Norway) is organized by a board and a secretariat supported by a Technical Committee (TC) and an EPD Forum. The Norwegian EPD Foundation was established in 2002 by the Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise (NHO) and the Federation of Norwegian Building Industries (BNL).

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thinkstep AG

Germany

thinkstep is the global market leader in strategic consulting, software solutions and comprehensive services in the field of sustainable development. We support private and public sector clients in tackling resource risks and enhancing their performance through higher resource productivity and a lower environmental footprint. We advise companies on how to capture emerging opportunities in energy, water, waste, and land use and how to unlock the potential of clean technologies to create smarter systems and competitive advantage.

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Torroja Institute for Construction Science

Spain

The Eduardo Torroja Institute for Construction Science (IETcc), a body of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), is a research and scientific-technical support centre in the field of construction and building materials. Also, it provides technical support to the construction sector and transfers know-how.

 

Further members are:

BRE, United Kingdom

Eva Schmincke, Germany

Federal Public Service Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment, Belgium