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pdf Complementary comment for the Public Consultation on the revision of the UWWTD Popular

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Complementary comment for the Public Consultation on the revision of the UWWTD.pdf

pdf EurEau answer to the public consultation on the UWWTD Revision Popular

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pdf EurEau comment on the public consultation on the revision of the UWWTD Popular

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Complementary comment for the Public Consultation on the revision of the UWWTD.pdf

EurEau comment on the public consultation on the revision of the UWWTD

In line with article 191.2 of the TFEU, any sustainable chemicals strategy must start from control-at-source measures and apply the Precautionary Principle.

pdf EurEau expectations in the UWWTD revision process: public statement Popular

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EurEau expectations in the UWWTD revision process: public statement

European waste water service providers see the revision of the 1991 Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive (UWWTD) as an opportunity to develop an ambitious, innovative, supportive and straight-forward new policy framework enabling operators to meet the Green Deal goals and make waste water collection, treatment and management fit for the decades to come.

document EurEau feedback on the roadmap for the revision of the Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) Regulation Popular

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20210531_Final EurEau feedback on CLP Revision IIA roadmap (1).pdf

pdf EurEau reaction to the public consultation on the Hydrogen and Gas Market Decarbonisation Package Popular

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EurEau reaction to the public consultation on the Hydrogen and Gas Market Decarbonisation Package

This consultation aims to collect views and suggestions from stakeholders and citizens related to a possible proposal for a revision of the Gas Directive (2009/73/EC) and Gas Regulation ((EC) No 715/2009). This review is planned for Q4 2021.

document EurEau feedback on the roadmap for the revision of the REACH Regulation Popular

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20210530_Final EurEau feedback on REACH Revision IIA roadmap (3).pdf

pdf EurEau expectations in UWWTD revision process: public statement Popular

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EurEau expectations in UWWTD revision process: public statement

European waste water service providers see the revision of the 1991 Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive (UWWTD) as an opportunity to develop an ambitious, innovative, supportive and straight-forward new policy framework enabling operators to meet the Green Deal goals and make waste water collection, treatment and management fit for the decades to come.

New objectives to be delivered must consider the affordability of water services. This includes the long life-cycle of waste water collection and treatment assets and their inherent inflexibility for adaptation or upgrading.

The aim of this paper is to set our general expectations and point at areas to be covered by the impact assessment. Detailed positions or notes on specific topics will be delivered in due course.

pdf Sustainable Use of Pesticides - Recommendations on the review of Directive 2009/128/EC Popular

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Sustainable Use of Pesticides - Recommendations on the review of Directive 2009/128/EC

The Farm2Fork (F2F) Strategy announced the evaluation of Directive 2009/128/EC establishing a framework for Community action to achieve the Sustainable Use of Pesticides - SUD.

The principles enshrined in article 191.2 of the TFEU, namely the precautionary principle, the principles that preventive actions should be taken and that the environmental damage should, as a priority, be rectified at the source, as well as the polluter-pays principle, must guide not only the EU environmental policy but all the Strategies of the Green Deal.

pdf EurEau answer to the public consultation on the Zero Pollution Action Plan Popular

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EurEau answer to the public consultation on the Zero Pollution Action Plan

Pollution of air, water and soil is also one of the five main drivers of biodiversity loss and contributes largely to the current 6th species extinction. It comes at a high price for society and ecosystems, including healthrelated costs (healthcare, lost workdays, lost productivity), reduced yields (e.g. in agriculture, fisheries and tourism), remediation costs (e.g. water treatment, soil decontamination, marine depollution) and loss of ecosystem services (e.g. pollination). Pollution is also strongly interrelated with other environmental, social and economic risks for businesses and citizens.

pdf Response to the Consultation on Sewage Sludge Directive Popular

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Response to the Consultation on Sewage Sludge Directive.pdf

pdf EurEau reaction to RED public consultation Popular

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EurEau reaction to RED public consultation (fin).pdf

EurEau reaction to RED public consultation

This consultation aims to collect views and suggestions from stakeholders and citizens in view of the possible proposal for a revision of Directive 2018/2001/EU on the promotion of the use of renewable energy (RED II), planned for 2021.

pdf EurEau response to EED public consultation Popular

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EurEau response to EED public consultation

This consultation aims to collect views and suggestions from stakeholders and citizens on the review andThis consultation aims to collect views and suggestions from stakeholders and citizens on the review and the revision of Directive 2012/27/EU on energy efficiency (Energy Efficiency Directive or EED), as partially amended in 2018 (Directive (EU) 2018/2002), foreseen by June 2021.

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EU restoration targets.pdf

EU restoration targets

Drinking water and waste water services have an essential mission: the protection of human health and the environment, so EurEau welcomes the opportunity to share its views on the inception impact assessment of the EU restoration targets.

pdf Contribution to the Public Consultation on the impact of CAP on water, biodiversity and soil Popular

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Contribution to the PC on the impact of CAP on water, biodiversity and soil.pdf

Contribution to the Public Consultation on the impact of CAP on water, biodiversity and soil

This public consultation aims to gather information and feedback from stakeholders and the wider public in. This public consultation aims to gather information and feedback from stakeholders and the wider public in relation to the impact of the CAP on biodiversity, soil and water. It contributes to an upcoming Commission staff working document on the evaluation of the impact of the CAP with respect to natural resources.

pdf EurEau feedback to the roadmap on the INSPIRE Directive Popular

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EurEau feedback to the roadmap on the INSPIRE Directive.pdf

EurEau feedback to the roadmap on the INSPIRE Directive

The INSPIRE directive (annex III) specifically includes “utility facilities such as sewage … and water supply” in its scope.

While EurEau supports efforts to increase the access of environmentally relevant spatial data to the public, EU-legislation must ensure the protection of critical infrastructures / essential services to prevent malicious acts and protect people’s health and the environment.

pdf EurEau reaction to the public consultation on the NIS Directive Popular

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EurEau reaction to the public consultation on the NIS Directive

As our daily lives and economies become increasingly dependent on digital technologies and internetbasedAs our daily lives and economies become increasingly dependent on digital technologies and internet-based services and products, we become more vulnerable and exposed to cyber-attacks. This impacts the water sector too. Maintaining a high level of cybersecurity across the European Union has become essential to keep the economy running and to ensure prosperity.

pdf EurEau feedback on the Inception Impact Assessment for the review of the EU renewable energy rules (Directive 2018/2001/EU, RED) Popular

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EurEau feed-back on RED IIA (fin).pdf

EurEau feedback on the Inception Impact Assessment for the review of the EU renewable energy rules (Directive 2018/2001/EU, RED)

We support the EU’s Green Deal, including its climate ambitions and Strategies.

We call for full coherence between the RED, other energy legislation (EED), and sectoral legislation (Drinking Water Directive, Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive). We call for full coherence between the RED, other energy legislation (EED), and sectoral legislation (DW Directive, Urban WW Treatment Directive).

Meeting society’s demand for safe water services may involve energy-intensive processes making energy one of the sector’s highest operational cost factors. Optimising energy use has therefore been a top priority for many years. The sector will step up efforts further with the ambition to reduce its GHG emissions in line with EU objectives.

pdf EurEau feedback on the Inception Impact Assessment for the evaluation and review of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) Popular

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EurEau feed-back on EED IIA (fin).pdf

EurEau feedback on the Inception Impact Assessment for the evaluation and review of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED)

We support the EU’s Green Deal, including its climate targets and Strategies.

We call for full coherence between the EED, other energy legislation (RED), and sectoral legislation (Drinking Water Directive - DWD, Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive - UWWTD). We support the EU’s Green Deal, including its climate targets and Strategies. We call for full coherence between the EED, other energy legislation (RED), and sectoral legislation (DWD, UWWTD).

Meeting society’s demand for safe water services may involve energy-intensive processes making energy one of the sector’s highest operational cost factors. Optimising its use has therefore been a top priority for many years. Still, the energy efficiency potential is far from exhausted. The sector accepts the need to step up efforts further with the ambition to reduce its GHG emissions in line with EU objectives. However, if an energy-intensive treatment step is technically necessary (safety, regulatory compliance), it must prevail despite higher energy use.

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