Energy-from-waste sector raises questions over latest Best Available Techniques

An energy recovery trade body has said emissions measurement uncertainty 'needs to be tackled' as the EU published a Waste Incineration Best Available Techniques document in its official journal.

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The European market is 'flooded' with toxic toys from China, an analysis by the European Environmental Bureau has revealed


EU must strengthen industrial policy to drive decarbonisation, says expert group

EU policymakers must reform public procurement rules, strengthen research and development, and secure industry’s access to alternative energy and feedstocks if high-emitting sectors are to help the bloc reach carbon neutrality by 2050


EU trade policy must align with circular economy goals - thinktank

The EU should seek to integrate its circular economy aims with trade policy, an influential thinktank has said


Textiles fourth-largest cause of environmental pressure, EU agency reports

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EU must embrace green battery revolution, says green group

The European Commission must make it a priority to introduce new rules on the manufacturing, reuse and recycling of batteries, and on improving the sustainability of sourcing raw materials, Transport & Environment (T&E) has said

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