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    • Chemicals,Pollution,Nature

    Water sector calls for tighter limits on nitrate use

    Nitrate residues from fertilisers are a “core problem” affecting Germany’s groundwater, and should be subject to stricter limits under European law, according to the trade ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Products

    Germany outlines demands for longer product life spans

    EU policy should promote products with longer life spans by setting standards for the minimum lifetime of products, starting with components, German environment agency UBA ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution,Nature

    Commission told to link CAP payments to water law

    The European Commission faced calls to ensure that farmers comply with EU water and pesticide laws in return for subsidies as ministers met to discuss ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Chemicals,Products

    ECHA taken to court over BPA classification

    PlasticsEurope has challenged the decision by the European Chemicals Agency to classify compound bisphenol A as reprotoxic, paving the way for restrictions ..
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    • Waste & Resources,The EU's Circular Economy package

    Member states adopt weaker recycling targets

    EU countries have approved a negotiating position to start hammering out the final version of the revised EU waste laws, aiming to lower recycling targets ..
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    • Transport,Waste & Resources,Pollution

    Commission takes legal action against Italy in dieselgate

    The European Commission has initiated the first stage of legal proceedings against Italy in the dieselgate scandal, asking the country to explain whether it failed ..
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    • Chemicals,Products,Nature

    MEPs question Brussels’ optimism with organic talks

    MEPs have disputed the European Commission’s claim that EU talks on a new organic farming law have resolved most sticking points, citing concerns over rules ..
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    • Waste & Resources,The EU's Circular Economy package,Packaging,Packaging

    EU countries on collision course with MEPs on waste

    EU member states are set to endorse on Friday recycling targets well below those called for by the European Parliament, signalling difficult negotiations ahead, leaked ..
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    • Waste & Resources

    Parliament demands food waste be halved by 2030

    The European Parliament has called on EU governments to cut food waste by 30% by 2025 and 50% by 2030, and demanded the EU executive ..
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    • Waste & Resources

    Ambitious EU waste reform ‘under attack’ from countries

    Several countries are blocking an ambitious EU waste policy reform, an NGO survey has revealed ahead of the start of inter-institutional negotiations on a final ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Products

    Industry pledges voluntary 74% recycling goal

    The European paper industry has vowed to reach a 74% recycling rate by 2020, close to the 75% target proposed by the European Commission for ..
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    • Products,Nature

    Researchers question green gains from biomass energy

    An EU study has challenged the carbon neutrality of energy from wood after finding that forests can take centuries to re-absorb the CO2 generated by ..
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    • Nature

    Commissioner slams NGO lobbying over CAP reform

    EU agriculture commissioner Phil Hogan criticised environmental NGOs on Thursday for aggressively lobbying in Brussels over agricultural policy reform, advising them to focus on national ..
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    • Waste & Resources

    EU prosecutes UK over sewage breaches

    The EU court has delivered another environmental judgment against the UK for failing to treat sewage in urban areas properly ..
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    • Energy,General Policy,Nature

    Macron to face obstacles in delivering green pledges

    Commentators have questioned whether France’s president-elect Emmanuel Macron will have the will and the parliamentary support to push through measures such as a coal phaseout ..
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