Domain D09 Environment
Domain Technical Coordinator: Gilles Goujon, Airbus Helicopters, France
Domain Secretariat: Aurore Elfort, BNAE, France
Executive Manager: Paul-Alexander Cramers, ASD-STAN
|GIFAS||Aurore Elfort, BNAE|
|DIN e.v.||Christopher Wild, DIN|
|AIAD||Francesco Acerbi, Leonardo|
|SOFF||Lars Olsson, SAAB|
|ADS Group||Dean Rogers, ADS|
The Domain reports to the ASD-STAN Board on any Standards, Policy, Guidelines and potentially on ECO Design, Data collection/databases and all considerations having environmental impacts. Currently there is a focus on product standards.
The Domain D09 represents interests for the European standardization activities in the field of Environment. This domain covers standardization needs of such regulations and programmes as:
REACH and Clean Sky 2
- (50% reduction of CO2 emissions through drastic reduction of fuel consumption-covered by the Domain D08)
- (80% reduction of NOx (nitrogen oxide) emissions-covered by the Domain D08)
- (50% reduction of external noise-covered by the Domain D08)
- A green product life cycle: design, manufacturing, maintenance and disposal / recycling
The Domain D09 prepares ASD-STAN prEN standards, EN-standardization projects and comments as well as participates in other European and International projects.
The Working Groups of this domain provide interested stakeholders the opportunity to actively work on standardization procedures, contribute their ideas and suggestions and take part in the information exchange between national experts.
Any experts interested in involvement in ASD-STAN Domain D09 and its working groups are welcome to contact our Executive Manager Mr Paul-Alexander Cramers.
Working Groups of D09
D09/WG01 Chemical Substances Declaration Standards
Convener: Isabelle Manieri, Airbus Helicopters, France.
Secretariat: Karim Benmeziane, BNAE, France
The working committee ASD-STAN D09/WG01 represents interests for the European standardization activities in the field of European aerospace standards on chemical substances declaration standards. The working committee provides interested stakeholders the opportunity to actively work on standardization procedures, contribute their ideas and suggestions and take part in the information exchange between national experts.