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WasteandChemicals will attend the conference session of RemTech Europe

2019-08-21T15:07:42+01:00Contaminated sites, Environmental assessments, Environmental legal advice, Health and safety, Waste|

RemTech Expo 2019 will take place in Ferrara from September 18th to 20th, 2019. Besides the Expo, on Thursday, September 19th at 9am, the Managing Director of WasteandChemicals Mrs. Lucia Mastacchini will participate in the conference session of RemTech Europe: “Soil and Groundwater remediation, Sediment, Diffuse pollution and SDG” with a presentation entitled “Environmental assessment [...]

WasteandChemicals at the RemTech Expo of Ferrara

2019-07-23T09:32:34+01:00Contaminated sites, Environmental assessments, Environmental legal advice, Health and safety, Waste|

For the first time ever as exhibitors, WasteandChemicals will attend RemTech Expo 2019, i.e. the international event dedicated to the reclamation of contaminated sites, environmental and natural hazards, safety, maintenance and upgrading of the territory, climate change and circular chemistry. Now at its 13th edition, RemTech Expo will take place in Ferrara from September [...]

Biomethane as End of Waste – Lazio follows the example of Lombardy

2019-07-10T10:29:22+01:00Waste|

The famous judgment of Administrative High Court (Consiglio di Stato) n. 1229/2018 on end of waste status for material recovered from nappies using a case by case permit completely stopped the permitting process of many waste treatment plant that was looking for an End-of-waste permit. This stop includes also the biomethane production plants from [...]

Judgment of the European Court of Justice regarding incineration plants

2019-07-10T10:29:40+01:00Environmental assessments|

Waste incineration plants are considered strategic plants and compliant with the waste hierarchy. The ECJ issued the sentence (http://curia.europa.eu/juris/document/document.jsf;jsessionid=BC80B4DC31FA47053B05F75DD5FF9A27?text=&docid=213860&pageIndex=0&doclang=IT&mode=req&dir=&occ=first&part=1&cid=6541383) relative to the appeal presented by some associations against the Prime Minister's Decree of 10 August 2016 which identified the incineration plants as strategic infrastructures and defined their national needs. The associations contested this approach [...]

Restriction proposal for microplastics

2019-07-10T10:29:54+01:00Health and safety, Waste|

The term “microplastic” identifies all the particles with a dimension lower than 5 mm, composed by plastic polimer that  can’t be (bio)degradated. The microplastics represent a serious environmental and health problem because when released into the sea they became part of the trophic chain and consumers can ingest them. ECHA drafted in 2018 a [...]

The new Commission Regulation (EU) 2019/636 updates the list of POPs

2019-07-10T10:30:11+01:00Health and safety, Waste|

The Regulation (EU) n. 636/2019 published at April 23rd , 2019 has modified the Regulation (EC) n. 850/2004 on Persistent Organic Pollutants introducing the substance pentachlorophenol and its salts and esters. Starting from October 31st, 2019 this substance will be subjected to the waste management provisions defined by art. 7 of Reg. n. 850/2004 [...]