The European Commission is apparently not planning to take action against disposable e-cigarettes (DECs) any time soon, according to an answer to a parliamentary question. French MEP Aurélia Beigneux described single-use e-vapes as a "serious source of pollution and an environmental disaster" in her written question. She pointed out that "on most occasions these cigarettes are not disposed of in a way that allows them to be properly recycled," and that a survey had found that 13 per cent of young people aged between 13 and 16 years in France had already used these products....
No EU action against disposable e-cigarettes in the short term
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