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5393     Germany steps up response to diesel pollution 2017-07-03
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Contents José Rojo, 28 Jun 2017 The German government announced on Tuesday its plans to set up a new high-level group that will devise a response to diesel pollution and to roll out new real-driving emissions tests. The National Diesel Forum, created by the German environment and transport ministries, will be tasked with “agreeing on mea..
5392     Switzerland updates national substances list 2017-07-03
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Contents 26 June 2017 / Substance registration, Switzerland Switzerland has updated the list of substances notified or registered in the country, with 385 additions in June. New substances manufactured or imported into the country, in a volume greater than one tonne per year, must be notified to the Swiss Chemicals Notification Authority, before..
5391     New York Assembly passes bill on lead in decorative lights 2017-07-03
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Contents 22 June 2017 New York state’s Assembly has passed a bill that would require labelling of seasonal and decorative lights containing lead. The measure (A 4345) would require covered lights containing an electrical cord casing made with polyvinyl chloride, in which lead is used as a fire retardant and stabiliser, to bear the following label..
5390     Agencies in joint push for stronger EU plastics plan 2017-06-23
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Contents José Rojo, 8 Jun 2017 The upcoming EU plastics strategy should set product-specific recycling targets, green procurement rules and limit bioplastic use, 15 European environment agencies said on Thursday. A statement by the regulators, including Germany’s UBA, Italy’s ISPRA and Sweden’s SEPA, urged the European Commission..
5389     Member states agree to extend ETS exemption for flights 2017-06-23
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Contents 21 June 2017 EU member states reached an agreement on Wednesday on the European Commission’s proposal to continue to exempt long-haul flights from the obligation to buy EU carbon allowances. The EU Council negotiating position, agreed by EU ambassadors, largely follows the Commission’s proposal tabled in February. This would exte..

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