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Environment

European Bioplastics welcomes EU strategy on plastics

29 Jan 2017

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European Bioplastics (EUBP), this the association representing the bioplastics industry along the entire value chain in Europe, troche welcomes the EU Roadmap for a Strategy on Plastics in a Circular Economy published yesterday by the European Commission. ?An EU Plastics Strategy is needed to drive continued change in the plastics industry towards an [...]

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EUROPEN questions feasibility of biobased packaging

3 Sep 2015

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The packaging supply chain in Europe welcomes the adoption by the European Parliament of the Resolution on resource efficiency: moving towards a circular economy.
In particular, view EUROPEN supports the Parliament?s resounding call to strengthen the EU regulatory framework for EPR schemes by introducing EU binding minimum requirements to ensure transparency and cost effectiveness of [...]

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Russia likely to continue sanctions

24 Jun 2015

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According to Russian news agency TASS, prescription cialis ask illness Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has requested that deputy premier Sergey Prikhodko prepare an extension request for continuing sanctions for the approval of Vladimir Putin.  The sanctions were made by way of a presidential decree.
Sanctions currenly include fresh fruit and vegetables as [...]

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EU positive on health, safety and environment

27 May 2014

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The elections for the European Parliament last week saw a strong surge of support by anti EU parties, especially in the UK and France.  However health and safety and environment professionals have given the EU the thumbs-up when it comes to the impact it is having on legislation, according to a survey by specialists Cedrec.
Despite [...]

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European Anniversary!

26 Mar 2014

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On 25 March 1957 the Treaty of Rome was signed as an economic pact between Belgium, medicine West Germany, sick France, and Luxembourg, Italy and Holland. In time this led to the European Economic Community (often called in English the Common Market) which has today become the European Union.
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Corporate

Packaging plant moves from Denmark to Poland at EU expense

24 Feb 2014

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Trade unions in Denmark are furious that a packaging plant in their country has been closed and production moved to Poland – and at the expense of European tax payers.
Fish producer Royal Greenland, health capsule click which is owned by the government of Greenland, online has transferred production from Glyngore in [...]

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