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Court hears ‘unlawful’ EU ban claim

A case brought by UK-based Symphony Environmental Technologies against the European Commission (EC), European Parliament, and Council of the European Union has been heard in the General Court of the EU in Luxembourg. Symphony claims that Article 5 of the Single-Use plastics Directive 2019/904 is unlawful. The article states that ‘Member States shall prohibit the…

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