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Tighter EU rules on waste shipments proposed

The European Parliament wants to ban the export of plastics waste to non-Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries as part of a new to revise EU procedures and control measures for waste shipments. With the adopted text, members of European Parliament (MEP) support explicitly banning shipments of all wastes destined for disposal within…

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