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5344     MEPs back SVHC substitution measures in waste Directive 2017-03-30
Category World Hits 140
Contents Members of European Parliament (MEPs) have voted by a large majority to adopt proposed amendments to the EU waste framework Directive to ensure a ‘progressive substitution’ of SVHCs. The European Commission has issued proposals to amend a number of waste-related Directives, including the waste framework Directive, as part of its circ..
5343     Penalties for environmental crimes may be stiffened 2017-03-23
Category World Hits 181
Contents Taipei, March 20 (CNA) The government is planning to promote amendments to environmental laws to increase the penalty on environmental crimes to better deter such offenses, officials said Monday. Under the plan, environmental recovery costs will be treated as illicit gains that should be recovered from offenders, Justice Minister Chiu T..
5342     Truce agreed in battle over Portuguese packaging waste 2017-03-23
Category World Hits 82
Contents Richard Weyndling, 21 Mar 2017 The Portuguese environment ministry has struck an agreement to avert potential chaos in the packaging waste market as it tries to introduce competition between producer responsibility schemes. Under the deal, Sociedade Ponto Verde (SPV), which until now was Portugal’s sole packaging waste management org..
5341     MEPs to negotiate tougher recycling targets 2017-03-23
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Contents Robert Hodgson, 14 Mar 2017 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 with member states. A minimum of 70% of packaging waste must be recycled by the end of 2025, rising to 80% by 2030, according to the MEPs..
5340     South Africa’s chemicals bill is 'off the table' 2017-03-23
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Contents Proposal did not address government capacity issues, says chemicals industry 21 March 2017 / South Africa The South African government's plan to develop a chemicals management bill has been dropped because it did not consider the resources needed to implement it, says Deidre Penfold, executive director at the Chemicals and Allied Ind..

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