The position of the European Parliament's Environment Committee on the EU Waste Shipment Regulation (WSR) still contains "major incoherencies" which could seriously damage the European recycling industry, warns the European Recycling Industries' Confederation (Euric). The Commission's restrictive approach to exports has been further strengthened, the umbrella organisation said, referring to provisions added by the Environment Committee explicitly banning all plastic waste exports from the EU. The Committee voted to adopt its report on the revision of the Waste Shipment Regulation in early December....
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