Residential Dishwashers Specification

Residential Dishwashers Specification

To support EPA's future specification development efforts on cleaning performance of residential dishwashers, DOE has developed an ENERGY STAR test procedure for dishwasher cleanability. Partners and other interested parties with questions or concerns regarding these materials or the test procedure development process can contact Amanda Stevens, EPA, at stevens.amanda@epa.gov; or Ashley Armstrong, DOE, at Ashley.Armstrong@ee.doe.gov. To be added to the product development e-mail distribution list, please send your full contact information to appliances@energystar.gov.

ENERGY STAR Final Test Method for Determining Residential Cleaning Performance, February 25, 2014
Stakeholder Comments on ENERGY STAR Draft Final Test Method for Determining Residential Cleaning Performance
ENERGY STAR Draft Final Test Method for Determining Residential Cleaning Performance, February 29, 2013

EPA and DOE welcome stakeholder feedback on the Draft Final Test Method for Determining Residential Dishwasher Cleaning Performance.  Comments are due via e-mail to appliances@energystar.gov by March 14, 2013.  At this time the EPA is issuing a call for data associated with the finalized cleaning performance test method, data submissions are due to appliances@energystar.gov by May 31, 2013.  Please use the provided data assembly form to generate submissions.

Stakeholder Comments on ENERGY STAR Draft 2 Test Method for Determining Residential Cleaning Performance
ENERGY STAR Stakeholder Webinar Meeting – October 16, 2012

EPA and DOE hosted a webinar on October 16, 2012, to discuss the Draft 2 test method and address stakeholder questions. Meeting materials are provided below.

ENERGY STAR Draft 2 Test Method for Determining Residential Dishwasher Cleaning Performance – October 9, 2012

EPA and DOE welcome stakeholder feedback on the Draft 2 Test Method for Determining Residential Dishwasher Cleaning Performance. Comments are due via e-mail to appliances@energystar.gov by Friday, November 9, 2012. Additionally, EPA and DOE intend to co-host a webinar on Tuesday, October 16, 2012, at 1:00 p.m. EDT to discuss the Draft 2 test method and address stakeholder questions. RSVPs are due via e-mail to appliances@energystar.gov by 5:00 p.m. EDT on Friday, October 12, 2012.

Stakeholder Comments on ENERGY STAR Draft 1 Test Method for Determining Residential Dishwasher Cleaning Performance
ENERGY STAR Stakeholder Webinar Meeting - February 27, 2012

EPA and DOE plan to host a webinar on February 27, 2012, to discuss the Draft 1 test method and address stakeholder questions. Meeting materials are provided below.

ENERGY STAR Draft 1 Test Method for Determining Residential Dishwasher Cleaning Performance - February 17, 2012

EPA and DOE welcome stakeholder feedback on the Draft 1 Test Method for Determining Residential Dishwasher Cleaning Performance. Please submit comments via email (appliances@energystar.gov) by March 19, 2012. Additionally, EPA intends to co-host a webinar with DOE on Monday, February 27, 2012, at 1:00 p.m. EST to discuss the Draft 1 test method and address stakeholder questions. To RSVP, please email appliances@energystar.gov by 5:00 p.m. EST on Friday, February 24, 2012.

Stakeholder Comments on Initial Webinar on Development of ENERGY STAR Test Method for Determining Residential Dishwasher Cleaning Performance
Initial Webinar on Development of ENERGY STAR Dishwasher Cleaning Performance Test Procedure - September 19, 2011

EPA and DOE hosted a webinar on September 19, 2011, to discuss the development of an ENERGY STAR test procedure for dishwasher cleanability. The purpose of the webinar was to engage with stakeholders early in the test procedure process, presenting initial thoughts and test data on dishwasher cleanability, and to receive feedback from stakeholders. EPA welcomes all partner and stakeholder feedback on the webinar presentation. Comments are due via e-mail to appliances@energystar.gov by October 19, 2011. Meeting materials are provided below.

For further background on EPA’s consideration of a cleaning performance requirement, please see the Version 5.0 specification development archive.