Three member states were condemned by the European court of justice on Thursday over failures to implement EU environmental laws. Judges ruled against the UK over a failure to transpose a 2002 law on environmental noise assessment; against Greece for failing to set minimum qualifications for workers handling ozone-depleting substances, and against Luxembourg for failing to report on the implementation of EU legislation requiring CO2 emission labels on new cars. See ECJ judgements against UK in case C-138/06, Greece in case C-390/05 Luxembourg in case C-198/06.
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