The European Parliament’s ENVI committee voted to reduce the impact of single use plastics on our environment … which could also help to protect our sewers
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MEPs must ensure that drinking water remains affordable while protecting public health at the same time, writes Claudia Castell-Exner.
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In Europe, we are very used to having water ‘on tap’.
The International Water Association (IWA) congress is underway in Tokyo, Japan.
Anders Finnson will represent EurEau in Vienna, talking about 'Europe's Water Today'.
The EU’s revision of the Drinking Water Directive is the perfect opportunity to ensure that we will all have healthy and affordable drinking water now and for future generations.
What happened to the water sector during the summer? Find out in EurEau's latest newsletter!
In order to deliver water services in a sustainable way, all costs must be recovered through tariffs, taxes and/or transfers (3Ts).
This “Full Cost Recovery” model is in accordance with...
EurEau Comments on the draft Directive on the Reduction of the Impact of Certain Plastic Products on the Environment
EurEau supports the proposal of the European Commission to reduce the environmental impact of single-use plastics (SUP). Producers must be held economically responsible for the substantial economic damage wet wipes cause to the waste water infrastructure...