Ezen az oldalon megtalálhatja a CECED Magyarország Egyesülés aktuális és korábbi híreit.

Amennyiben nemzetközi szervezetünk, a CECED hírei érdeklik, kérjük, látogasson el a http://www.ceced.eu/site-ceced/media-resources.html oldalra. Az itt található tartalmakkal kapcsolatban is fordulhat hozzánk bizalommal kérdésével, kérésével!

CECED Hungary moved to a new office

5 January, 2018
CECED Hungary has recently moved to a new office. The new address is the D18 caffé&bar, and offices at H-1066 Budapest, Dessewffy u. 18-20.

Introduction of the repairmen education program in Brussels

24 October, 2017
The National Association Committee of CECED held its upcoming meeting in Brussels on 24 October, 2017. Fanni Mészáros, company manager of CECED Hungary introduced the recently launched household appliance repairmen education program to the colleagues. In her presentation she emphasized that the lack of repairmen in Hungary had become a fastly growing problem, and the members of CECED Hungary were fully committed to invest into the new education program and to develop a carrier model in order to tackle the challenges.

Recycle Michael is a shining example

28 September, 2017
CECED, the European association of household appliance manufacturers, has recently launched its new website about the circular society. The aim to reduce waste and ensure a full circularity of the economy goes beyond what economic actors alone can do: it embraces all our society and is a societal challenge.

Reuse of washing machines

21 September, 2017
Although this year's replacement program also has a substantial amount of subsidy of up to 45,000 HUF for the replacement of some large domestic appliances, we know that there are families who cannot replace their old energy-guzzler appliances, not even with this kind of subsidy, since they cannot afford to pay the rest.

Replacement program: do not miss the opportunity!

1 August, 2017
The Ministry of National Development has published a tender for adult natural persons to increase the energy efficiency of Hungarian households.