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    • Climate,Pollution

    Europe sees limited progress in reducing nitrates in water

    Nutrient overload from agriculture continues to be one of the biggest pressures on aquatic environments, according to a new EU report showing groundwater quality has ..
    News
    • Pollution

    Tackling pharma waste in European rivers

    The problem of dangerous pharmaceutical waste in European rivers was a topic at the forefront of a recent European Parliament discussion. Industry leaders must act ..
    Comment
    • Chemicals,Pollution

    Call for new laws to tackle pharma waste

    A group of NGOs has appealed to the EC's first vice president to ensure that the EU executive takes legislative action to tackle concerns about ..
    News
    • Transport,Chemicals,Pollution

    MEPs back new workplace diesel limit

    The European Parliament’s employment and social affairs committee has voted to add a workplace exposure limit for diesel exhaust emissions to the EU’s revised carcinogens ..
    News
    • Waste & Resources,Pollution

    Sweden calls for further restrictions on microplastics

    The Swedish Chemicals Agency (KEMI) has called on manufacturers to voluntarily restrict the use of microplastics in certain cosmetics ..
    News
    • Chemicals,Pollution

    Pharma waste in water dominates ENVI debate

    The issue of pharmaceutical residues found in urban waterways as a source of environmental pollution dominated the debate at a European Parliament environment committee meeting ..
    News
    • Transport,Waste & Resources,Pollution,Nature

    Baltic states ‘unlikely’ to meet 2021 marine goals

    Ministers of the Baltic coastal states and the EU have said they are unlikely to restore the environmental and conservation status of the sea by ..
    News
    • Chemicals,Pollution

    ‘High levels’ of pesticides found in Spanish rivers

    A total of 47 pesticides have been found in Spanish rivers, according to new data in a joint report by the Spanish NGO Ecologistas en ..
    News
    • Pollution

    Poland and Greece found guilty over green breaches

    Poland is guilty of "persistent" breaches of European air quality rules, the EU Court of Justice ruled on Thursday, while also slapping Greece with a ..
    News
    • Pollution

    Pulp mill sanctioned over Tagus pollution incident

    Portugal’s environment ministry has ordered a Celtejo pulp mill to cut its waste discharge by 50% for up to 60 days following a major pollution ..
    News
    • Pollution

    Brussels set to tighten water contamination limits

    The European Commission plans to propose next week stricter limits on contaminants in drinking water to bring them in line with the latest WHO guidelines, ..
    News
    • Chemicals,Pollution

    Marine chemical contaminant list unveiled

    The European Commission’s science and knowledge service has compiled a single list of more than 2,700 potential chemical contaminants in the marine environment ..
    News
    • Chemicals,Pollution

    New Danish strategy to limit harm from pesticides

    The Danish government has pledged to reduce the pesticide load on people and nature through stricter controls, more information and better monitoring, under a five-year ..
    News
    • Pollution,Nature

    UK rivers ‘fail to improve’ on wastewater pollution

    More than half of all rivers in England and Wales are polluted with wastewater, according to a report by environmental group WWF ..
    News
    • Transport,Pollution

    Premature deaths from NO2 pollution up 10%

    The estimated toll of premature deaths attributed to exposure to NO2 pollution rose by 7,000 to 75,000 in 2015, according to an annual report on ..
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