contact between the applicant and verifier is established.
QuickScan is performed, the potential of the technology is examined, calibration is made and expectations are adjusted – and an assessment is made of whether the technology is ready for the ETV.
An application has to be made in which the manufacturer states the effectiveness of the environmental technology – what it can and how good it is at it. This is done in a
contract is entered into – the process is agreed on, including who is responsible for what. This is the first milestone and concludes the first key phase.
specific verification protocol is prepared.
Then the verification and
tests, if required, are
planned. This is the second milestone and concludes the second key phase.
tests agreed upon are then
performed. The testing is important and is considered as a key phase and the completing of the test programme is the third milestone.
Based on analysis of the results, a report is written and your technology has now been
Finally, the verification statement is
published. This concludes the fourth and final phase.