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  1. Summary of discussion from the TC227 mirror group meeting Yesterday

  2. Participants

  3. CPD implementation of standards and CE-Marking,State of the art in the nordic countries • Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark: Started implementation proces to be ready Jan 2008. • Iceland has not as yet started the proces. • All Countries translates Language vise (at least test methods) and technically. • CE-Marking Volantary in Finland,Sweden and Norway,Obligatory in Denmark.

  4. The EN 13242/EN13285 co-existence • TC 227 has decided to ask for a mandate for Unbound and/or Hydraulically bound Mixtures (extention of M124)

  5. Detailed questions of different TC 227standards • Frost heave questionary with deadline today. • D schould include 125mm in both EN13242 and EN 13285 (EN 933-1) • Mica content important • Important that functional requirements are included in next EN-generation • EN 13286-2 should be valid for subgrade.

  6. Dangerous substances • General information about TC351 • Liaison between TC351 and TC154/TC227 • New Nordic Project presented by Harpa Birgisdottir.

  7. Nordic cooperation within TC227/TC154 Buttom-up • Contact list of Nordic delegates to CEN • Coordination meetings between Nordic countries imidiately before CEN-meetings Top-down • Formal Nordic meetings to look into the future (politics,research etc.)