EU Institutions have been among the first to commit to the fight against climate change and to continuously reduce their environmental impact, by implementing the EMAS environmental management system.
EMAS – the only premium environmental management tool currently available on the market – encourages environmental excellence and helps organisations meet their sustainability objectives.
main highlights of the EMAS Steering Committee’s meeting of 30th January.
In the framework of the EU Plastics Strategy, the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has assessed the health and environmental risks posed by intentionally added microplastics and has concluded that an EU-wide restriction would be justified.
The European Commission adopted modified EMAS requirements for environmental reporting and new Sectoral Reference Documents (SRD) on best environmental practices.