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Reference
COM(2018)340
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Proposal for a DIRECTIVE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL on the reduction of the impact of certain plastic products on the environment

Department
Directorate-General for Environment
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28 May 2018 - 24 July 2018
Feedback status: Open

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Recent feedback

  • Anonymous (Germany)
    8 Juni 2018 EU citizen
    Anonymous (Germany)

    Es muss dringend etwas getan werden, um die Vermüllung unserer Meere zu stoppen. Es ist jedoch völlig absurd, ein Nischenprodukt wie Ballonhaltestäbe zu verbieten, da es sich hier nicht um einen einmal zu verwendenden Artikel handelt, sondern dieser immer wieder neu mit Ballons bestückt werden kann. Dann müsste man alle Produkte aus Plastik verbieten. Ballonstäbe wurden auch noch nie an Stränden gefunden, sondern die Strände sind voller ...

  • Ulvi Maltari (Estonia)
    31 May 2018 EU citizen
    Ulvi Maltari (Estonia)

    I do welcome the idea of product bans on "Single Use Plastics", higher requirements to the usage of plastic packaging. I really hope this is just BEGINNING!!!

  • Anonymous (Italy)
    28 May 2018 EU citizen
    Anonymous (Italy)

    Dear Sirs, I hereby formulate my comment as a private EU citizen but basing them upon my professional competencies since I work in the plastic disposable tableware sector. I read about the single use product which are gonna to be banned including disposable tableware. My concern is that such initiative might open the door for alternative product made of sugar cane pulp, pal leaf, wood and other raw materials which are proven by LCA assessment...

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