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European Commission Spokesman's Briefing for 04-01-06

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From: EUROPA, the European Commission Server at <http://europa.eu.int>


CONTENTS / CONTENU

  • [01] Industrial pollution : Commission requests information from Belgium, Denmark, Greece, Ireland, Luxembourg and the Netherlands
  • [02] Organismes génétiquement modifiés : la Commission invite la Belgique et l'Espagne à exécuter des arrêts de la Cour de justice Midday Express 06/01/2004 TXT: FR ENPDF:DOC:Midday Express 06/01/2004

  • [01] Industrial pollution : Commission requests information from Belgium, Denmark, Greece, Ireland, Luxembourg and the Netherlands

    The European Commission has sent a first written warning to Belgium (only with regard to Flanders and Wallonia), Denmark, Greece, Ireland, Luxembourg and the Netherlands asking them to send initial reports on how they implement the EU law on integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC). The IPPC Directive aims to ensure that polluting industrial and agricultural operations are subject to strict environmental controls. The reports in question, covering the period 2000 to 2002, should have been forwarded to the Commission by 30 September 2003 at the latest. Without them, the Commission cannot judge how well and evenly the requirements of the Directive are being met across the EU.

    [02] Organismes génétiquement modifiés : la Commission invite la Belgique et l'Espagne à exécuter des arrêts de la Cour de justice

    La Commission européenne a invité la Belgique et l'Espagne à se conformer aux arrêts pris par la Cour de justice européenne en 2003 en ce qui concerne le défaut d'adoption et de notification par ces pays de mesures législatives nationales assurant la mise en œuvre du droit communautaire sur l'utilisation confinée de micro organismes modifiés (MGM). Le droit communautaire vise à assurer que l'utilisation des MGM dans des laboratoires et d'autres modes de confinement soit aussi sûre que possible pour l'environnement. Les mesures législatives nationales nécessaires auraient dû avoir été mises en application avant le 5 juin 2002.

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