Resource Use, Waste & Chemicals
Latest in Waste Legislation & Policy
Waste management in the EU is improving, but implementation by the Member States of EU waste legislation remains patchy. This paper makes suggestions on how better compliance could be achieved.
A report written by IEEP, Bio and Ecologic has examined the challenge of inspection procedures and capacity to implement the EU Waste Shipment Regulation. It notes significant problems in Member States as well as good practice. It concludes with criteria that could be used to form the basis for assessment and enhancement of the capacity of inspectorates.
Packaging for Sustainability: Packaging in the Context of the Product, Supply Chain and Consumer Needs, A report for INCPEN
The European Commission is taking a closer look at the Packaging Directive, ten years after its adoption, and has to present a report to the European Parliament in June 2005. To inform ...
An analysis and interpretation in a written briefing-form of the ECJ rulings versus Luxembourg (C-458/00) and Germany (C-228/00)regarding the recovery/disposal of waste:A trend towards more ...
Industrial Regulation and Sustainable Development: A Report for the National Society for Clean Air and Environmental Protection (NSCA)
This report is produced for the NCSA's Commission on Industrial Regulation and Sustainable Development. The objective of this report is to describe the existing regulatory regimes and other ...