Orgalime position on the EuP Methodology Study

Published: 27 April 2006

Policies & Issues: Environment

Following the publication of the final report on the EuP methodology study, Orgalime thanks the Commission and the contractor of the study for having considered most of its previously raised comments, questions and concerns.

Moreover, Orgalime wishes to reassert its support to the establishment of such a methodology, which it considers as an appropriate instrument to help the Commission put into practice the eligibility criteria of the EuP directive.

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