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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution,Nature

    Portugal fined €3m for wastewater failings

    The EU court has hit Portugal with a €3m fine and daily penalties of €8,000 for failing to implement the Urban Waste Water Directive ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution

    EC sets tougher chemical industry waste water rules

    The European Commission has set tougher rules for treating and managing waste water from chemical processes ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution,Nature

    Wetlands lead pellets ban planned

    The European Chemicals Agency has announced plans to propose an EU-wide restriction on use of lead shot for hunting in wetlands ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Nature

    Scotland referred to EC over threats to wild salmon

    The Scottish government has been reported to the European Commission over claims that it is failing to protect wild salmon and sea trout populations from ..
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    • Energy,Pollution

    EU court rules Austrian hydro project legal

    A nine-year dispute over the legality of a hydropower plant in Austria has ended with the ruling that the facility does not breach EU environmental ..
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    • General Policy

    Ireland to suspend water charges

    Irish political parties negotiating the formation of a new government have agreed to suspend domestic water charges, risking an infringement of the Water Framework Directive ..
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    • General Policy,Nature

    EP calls on Spain to boost desalination use

    The European Parliament has urged Spain to increase its reliance on underused EU-financed desalination capacity over concerns about the exploitation of rivers ..
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    • Pollution,General Policy

    MEPs vote to exclude freshwater aquaculture from fisheries data

    A vote by MEPs to make EU fisheries data collection more robust has been “limited” by a decision to exclude freshwater aquaculture, NGO BirdLife Europe has ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution

    EU billions ‘ineffective’ in tackling Baltic Sea pollution - auditors

    The €4.6bn in EU funds received by Baltic Sea countries to tackle marine pollution between 2007 and 2013 have been “ineffective” in improving water quality, ..
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    • Pollution,Nature

    EC study finds untapped algae potential for water tests

    Freshwater benthic algae could become a "powerful indicator" of water quality in EU rivers and lakes if common measurement criteria were adopted by all member ..
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    • Waste & Resources,General Policy

    Ireland may risk flouting EU water law

    Irish political parties attempting to negotiate the formation of a new government are debating whether the country can abolish water pricing without infringing the Water ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution

    Portugal pays court costs over waste water breach

    The EU Court of Justice has found Portugal guilty of failing to treat waste water across 44 small agglomerations, confirming claims made by the European ..
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    • General Policy,Nature

    Experts weigh in on water law cost study

    The water industry has warned Brussels that a planned study on the costs and benefits of EU water policy is unlikely to be able to ..
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    • Chemicals,Products

    Chemical experts back siloxane restrictions

    ECHA scientists have backed a UK proposal for restricting chemicals used in personal care products that harm the environment ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution

    Spain found guilty of waste water breach

    The EU Court of Justice has condemned Spain for failing to correctly treat urban waste water in four agglomerations, finally ending a legal stand-off going ..
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