The system for traceability, digital flow and the registration of construction product declarations
The electronic construction product declarations are the industry's latest format of construction product declarations as well as an industry standard.
Through a digital service the eBVD system provides a tool, where you as a construction product and material manufacturer, easily can create and handle your digital environmental information. The specific information that should be registered in the eBVD format has been decided by the whole of the construction industry.
The eBVD format is owned by the Swedish Association for Construction Products. Together with the construction and real estate industry they also monitor new rules and regulations and decide whether updates to the format is required. However, it is important to note that it is the suppliers who owns the content of the construction product declarations.
It is free to search for published construction product declarations in the eBVD-system.
What is an electronic construction product declaration, eBVD?
An electronic construction product declaration, an eBVD, is an industry format meant to create traceability through the value chain, as well as constitute the basis for assessment and choice between different products/materials.
The eBVD is a standard for the declaration of environmental information regarding construction materials. The format is created as an agreed upon foundation for the sharing of information regarding a chemical product or a construction material’s environmental aspect in different stages of their life cycle. The eBVD-system is a web application that enables companies to register, store and provide versions of their construction product declarations, as well as share them through xml, pdf and web-API. The first electronic construction product declaration was launched in the spring of 2016 and the latest, larger update took place in 2022. The format is continuously updated with regards to changes in regulations and demands on the market.
Start using eBVD
Create an account and learn more about how to fill out your eBVD.
Create an account through the link below and enter your company’s information in the form. After the form has been sent, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with a licence agreement. When you have returned a signed licence agreement to email@example.com we will activate your user account. After the activation you will receive your login information through an e-mail, as well as information about how to access the eBVD-system to start register and administer your eBVD:s.
Price list for eBVD
3.000 SEK/year, exclusive vat
5.000 SEK/year, exclusive VAT
7.000 SEK/year, exclusive VAT
10.000 SEK/year, exclusive VAT
Micro companies turn over
less than 2 MEUR yearly.
Small companies turn over
less than 10 MEUR yearly.
Medium sized companies turn over
less than 50 MEUR yearly.
Large companies turn over
more than 50 MEUR yearly.
Digital environmental information
API (Application Programming Interface) enables a connection between different tools and databases. The API makes it possible to share environmental data in an open and transparent way.
The digital transfer of eBVD:s makes it efficient to both provide and use environmental information for construction materials. In order to offer such digital transfer, we create connections through API between the eBVD-system and other databases. This is undertaken in collaboration with our clients.
eBVD i Norden AB has agreements with the following organizations, to provide them the means of retrieving construction product declarations from the eBVD-database:
• BASTA • Finfo • GBR • VVS-Info
It is up to each individual company in the eBVD-system to approve whether their eBVD:s can be shared through API with these organizations or not.
If you are interested in connecting to our API, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The eBVD team
Customer support and education
Paulina Rode Kemlo
Customer support and administration
Please contact us at email@example.com with any questions.
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