In the ongoing waste shipments dispute between Poland and Germany, the European Commission announced today that it considers Germany to have failed to comply with the Waste Shipment Regulation (WSR) in at least two instances. The EU body, which heard evidence from both member states in late September, said that by not having removed waste from Tuplice and Stary Jawor within the 30-day time limit, the German government had failed to fulfil its obligations under Article 24(2) of the WSR. Article 24 requires the competent authority of dispatch to ensure that illegal waste shipments are either taken back or disposed of....
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Commission finds breaches of WSR in illegal waste shipments case
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