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    • Transport,Pollution

    Carmakers warned after Audi boss arrest

    Environmental campaigners have warned carmakers to “take note” after the arrest of Rupert Stadler, chairman of Audi, part of the Volkswagen group, in connection with ..
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    • Pollution

    Call to use new tech to tackle phosphorus in Baltic Sea

    Phosphorus entering the Baltic Sea can be removed by new technology and commercial fishing to tackle marine pollution, industry experts claimed at the third European ..
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    • Packaging

    Plastics industry seeks relaxation of BPA rules in light of US study

    Plastics manufacturers on both sides of the Atlantic argue that an extensive US study into the effects of BPA on animals should prompt regulators to ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    Call for more dieselgate fines as VW hit for €1bn

    Authorities across Europe must impose fines on carmakers caught cheating emissions testing, campaigners have said after VW accepted a €1bn demand from the German prosecutor ..
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    • Waste & Resources

    Catalan gov't extends permit for saline waste disposal

    The Israeli-owned ICL Iberpotash mine has received permission from the Catalan government to continue disposing of saline waste from its mine at Sallent until June ..
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    • Chemicals

    ECHA defends 'objectivity' of microplastics call

    The EU chemicals agency has defended the objectivity of a recent call for evidence after criticism from campaigners, but bosses at ECHA admitted it could ..
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  • G7 leaders and EU sign ocean plastics charter

    The EU has joined forces with five countries in the G7 group of industrial democracies to adopt a plastics charter on ocean pollution in a ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Packaging

    Plastic pollution in Mediterranean at 'record levels'

    The Mediterranean has become the sixth greatest accumulation zone for marine litter, after notorious 'plastics islands' in major oceans ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Chemicals,Pollution,General Policy,EU's Circular Economy

    ECHA lacked objectivity, say microplastics campaigners

    Campaign groups have said they could complain to the European Ombudsman about what they say is a “maladministration and misinterpretation of REACH” by the European ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Products,EU's Circular Economy

    Commission targets young in plastics campaign

    The European Commission marked World Environment Day on Tuesday by launching a public awareness campaign to help tackle single-use plastic waste ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Products,EU's Circular Economy,Packaging

    Circular economy could cut industry emissions by half

    Moving to a circular economy model could cut European industrial CO2 emissions by 56% by mid-century, according to a study published on Tuesday and endorsed ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution,Nature

    Dutch farmers nitrate limit exemption renewed

    Dutch farmers can continue applying levels of nitrates in excess of European limits until the end of 2019 after the European Commission acquiesced to a ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Products,EU's Circular Economy,Packaging

    EC faces growing calls to broaden ecodesign rules

    The European Commission should consider proposing legislation to limit the presence of toxic chemicals in plastics and other materials as it looks at ways to ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Products,EU's Circular Economy,Packaging

    EC slammed on recycled plastic content

    There will never be strong demand for plastic recyclate in the EU without binding recycled content levels for plastic products, according to European waste management ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Products

    Stakeholders welcome Commission's plastic ban plan

    NGOs and the French government have welcomed European Commission plans to ban certain single-use plastic products in a bid to tackle marine pollution ..
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