Martedì, 16 Ottobre 2018

Italy reported to ECJ for smog, xylella and waste


Brussels, May 16 - Italy was reported to the
European Court of Justice Wednesday for smog, xylella and
radioactive waste.
The European Commission reported Italy and five other
countries to the ECJ for breaking EU smog norms.
The decision refers to repeated violations of EU limits on
PM10 fine particles.
Also reported for the same reason were Hungary and
Romania, while France, Germany and the UK were reported for
surpassing limits on nitrogen dioxide (NO2).
The EC also reported Italy to the ECJ for not fully applying
EU measures on xylella, including felling diseased trees, to
prevent the spread of the bug that kills olive trees over EU
It also reported Rome to the ECJ for not fully applying
directives on notifying national programmes for managing
exhausted nuclear fuel and radioactive waste.
Rome had already received a motivated opinion, the second
stage in an infraction proceeding, last July, along with
Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic and Portugal.

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