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pdf Consultation on tyre labelling December2017

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Consultation on tyre labelling December2017
Microplastics can enter the water cycle in many ways and are not entirely biodegradable. They can accumulate and could pose a threat to our water resources and ecosystems. Control at source is essential for microplastics to prevent them from entering the environment. We need extended producer responsibility. Additional treatment steps exist which will lead to increased tariffs for consumers.

pdf Consultation on WaterReuse January2017

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Consultation on WaterReuse January2017
Water is a precious and scarce resource, so reusing treated waste water in certain circumstances makes perfect environmental sense. We want minimum quality standards to ensure consumer and environmental health.

pdf Consultation on the Functionning of Waste Markets September2015

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Consultation on the Functionning of Waste Markets September2015
Opening up the potential for treated sludge to be used in fertilisers will benefit the environment.

pdf Consultation on the circular economy August2015

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Consultation on the circular economy August2015
Recycling makes sense for us all, and should be encouraged so that we can all have access to water today and tomorrow.

pdf Consultation on endocrine disruptors January2015

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Consultation on endocrine disruptors January2015
EurEau members provide consumers with water that meet some of the world’s strictest standards, every day

pdf Consultation on water reuse November2014

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Consultation on water reuse November2014
Water is a precious and scarce resource, so reusing treated waste water in certain circumstances makes perfect environmental sense. We want minimum quality standards to ensure consumer and environmental health.

pdf Comments on Cadmium in Paints May2014

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Comments on Cadmium in Paints May2014
Cadmium in residual products from waste water treatment plants reduces their ability to be recycled and reused. By banning the use of cadmium in paints and other products, we open the doors to better recycling and better environments.

pdf Consultation on Marine litter December2013

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Consultation on Marine litter December2013
Marine litter can accumulate and could pose a threat to our water resources and ecosystems. Control at source is essential to prevent them from entering the environment. Additional treatment steps exist which will lead to increased tariffs for consumers.

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