• Eureau About Us Slide

Waste water - Position papers

Documents

pdf Fertiliser Regulation January 2017

Tagged in Position papers 71 downloads

Fertiliser Regulation   January 2017
The Fertiliser Regulation opens the door to using recovered phosphorus from sewage sludge in fertiliser products. Including treated input materials from waste water treatment plants as a component in fertilisers promotes recycling and is better for the environment.

pdf Dental amalgam June 2016

Tagged in Position papers 72 downloads

Dental amalgam June 2016
Banning amalgam will help sludge from waste water treatment meet the quality standards to be reused in fertilisers, improving the environment.

pdf Overflows from collecting systems May 2016

Tagged in Position papers 72 downloads

Overflows from collecting systems   May 2016
Waste water collecting systems are a vital part of the urban environment across Europe. We recognise many opportunities to make urban environments more sustainable through the management of waste water flows and storm water. We need better coordination with other EU legislation to protect health, the environment and consumers from additional costs.

pdf TTIP and chemicals July 2015

Tagged in Position papers 61 downloads

TTIP and chemicals   July 2015
The Plant Protection Products Regulation, the Biocidal Products Regulation, and the REACH Regulation send the right signals regarding the hazard-based approach and the precautionary principles with regards to the protection of water resources. We need better coordination with other EU legislation to protect health, the environment and consumers from additional costs.

pdf Marine litter and micro plastics May 2015 Popular

Tagged in Position papers 244 downloads

Marine litter and micro plastics   May 2015
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 Wet Wipes October 2014

Tagged in Position papers 57 downloads

Wet Wipes   October 2014
Increased treatment to provide consumers with clean water means increased consumer costs.

pdf Phosphorus in Sewage Sludge October 2014

Tagged in Position papers 63 downloads

Phosphorus in Sewage Sludge   October 2014
Phosphorus is a scarce yet vital resource. Recycling phosphorus from sewage sludge in fertiliser products promotes recycling and is better for the environment.

pdf Comments on Cadmium in Paints May 2014

Tagged in Position papers 58 downloads

Comments on Cadmium in Paints   May 2014
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 Contribution to Phosphorus Consultation November 2013

Tagged in Position papers 51 downloads

Contribution to Phosphorus Consultation   November 2013
Phosphorus is a scarce yet vital resource. Recycling phosphorus from sewage sludge in fertiliser products promotes recycling and is better for the environment

pdf Response to SCHER opinion on dental amalgam consultation November 2013

Tagged in Position papers 64 downloads

Response to SCHER opinion on dental amalgam consultation   November 2013
Banning mercury will help sludge from waste water treatment meet the quality standards to be reused in fertilisers, improving the environment.

pdf Response to Stakeholder questionnaire on Sewage Sludge Directive September 2013

Tagged in Position papers 64 downloads

Response to Stakeholder questionnaire on Sewage Sludge Directive   September 2013
Recycling sewage sludge in fertiliser products promotes recycling and is better for the environment.

pdf Contribution to Green Paper Plastic Waste June 2013

Tagged in Position papers 54 downloads

Contribution to Green Paper Plastic Waste   June 2013
Plastics 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. Plastics need to be prevented from entering the environment in the first place. We need extended producer responsibility. Additional treatment steps exist which will lead to increased tariffs for consumers.

pdf Water Efficiency in Buildings January 2012

Tagged in Position papers 59 downloads

Water Efficiency in Buildings   January 2012
The efficient use of water means reduced costs for consumers and better environments for us all – today and tomorrow.

Subscribe to our newsletter Join us

Copyright EurEau 2018 - Website by Zzam.be

Over The Top SEO'

Follow us on