The topic of manipulated testing results, or ‘circumvention’ is currently exposed to the highest attention of the public and media, not only for the emission of cars (‘dieselgate’) but also with regard to other EU legislation. For this reason the project ANTICSS – Anti-Circumvention of Standards for better market Surveillance has been funded by European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. Its objectives are to define and assess ‘circumvention’ in relation to EU Ecodesign and Energy labelling legislation and their harmonised standards.

Learn more about the project planned activities and achievements in a nutshell here in the project leaflet (English).