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    • Waste & Resources,The EU's Circular Economy package,Packaging

    Plastics recycling: closing the value chain

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    • Waste & Resources,Products,The EU's Circular Economy package

    ICT trade group slams EU’s repairability approach

    The EU needs to review its approach to the reuse, repair and refurbishment of ICT products, an industry association has said ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    Helcom’s green team zooms in on sustainable shipping

    Action on air quality, sewage treatment and financial instruments is needed to better protect the Baltic Sea, the first meeting of Helcom’s green team heard ..
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    • Transport,Pollution,Nature

    Iceland eyes earlier shipping emissions curbs

    Restrictions on cruise ships’ emissions are being fast-tracked in Iceland after high concentrations of ultrafine particles and black carbon were detected in Reykjavik last week ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution

    Global talks set 2020 deadline for sea mining rulebook

    World countries have agreed to finalise by 2020 new rules for mining in seabed areas beyond national jurisdiction, triggering NGO calls for a more transparent ..
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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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    • 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,The EU's Circular Economy package,Packaging,Packaging

    EU countries water down packaging waste targets

    EU member state representatives have discussed a further weakening of the recycling targets for packaging waste under the EU’s circular economy package ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    France champions emissions cuts in the Mediterranean

    France is lobbying for the creation of an emission control area in the Mediterranean to tackle sulphur, nitrogen oxide and particulate matter pollution, ENDS has ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution

    Corrected: New EU waste BREF moves closer to finalisation

    The Czech Republic and Sweden have objected to emerging elements of new EU best practice guidelines for treatment of waste, ENDS has learned ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Products,The EU's Circular Economy package

    MEPs to negotiate tougher recycling targets

    The European Parliament backed more ambitious recycling targets previously agreed by the environment committee as it adopted its negotiating position on Tuesday ahead of talks ..
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    • Waste & Resources,The EU's Circular Economy package

    Municipal waste scope divides ahead of key vote

    EU waste industry has urged MEPs to make a clear distinction between municipal and commercial waste as they prepare to adopt new recycling targets on ..
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    • Chemicals,Products

    ECHA recommends synthetic turf safety steps

    Artificial sports pitches made from recycled rubber pose “very low” health risks, but controls should nevertheless be tightened, the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has said. ..
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  • France eyes world’s largest marine area

    France is planning to create the world’s largest marine protected area across its overseas territories, the country’s environment ministry said on Friday ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Chemicals,Products

    Report demands information on chemicals in materials

    EU member states should set up an information system for chemicals present in materials placed on the EU market to ensure safe reuse, according to a ..
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