UEIL, Union of the European Lubricants Industry
II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
Trade and business associations
rue du Luxembourg, 22-24
(+32) 2 761 66 85
Mr Fabio Dalla Giovanna
Ms Milagros Mostaza-Corral
UEIL is the pre-eminent Trade Association in Europe representing the interests of companies involved in the lubricants industry. With members in over 20 European Member States and a unique collective experience of lubricants and the lubricants market, UEIL is the strongest representative body for manufacturers of lubricants in Europe. We facilitate the resolution of EU regulatory, investment, political and competitiveness issues that impact our members and play a role in creating better understanding of EU matters with members.
-: Access to vehicle repair and maintenance information
-: Access to Technical information
-: CLP, Classification, Labelling and Packaging. Method of classifying and labelling chemicals it introduced is based on the United Nations' Globally Harmonised System (GHS).
-: REACH, Study to monitor the impacts of the REACH Regulation on innovation, competitiveness and SMEs
Subject matter of UEIL’s main lobbying activities includes the following policy fields: the automotive industry, CARS21 initiative, policy initiatives relating to small and medium sized enterprises, Commission’s review of Block Exemption Regulation 1400/2002, REACH, CO2 emission, Chemocal borates, Small Business Act, Sustainable Consumption and Production, Waste.
In 2005, the European Commission proposed to repeal the EU Waste Oil Directive, which would have not only severely undermined the short term economics of oil recycling but also the long term viability of this small but globally leading European industry.
The objective of the waste oils campaign carried out by GEIR between 2006 and 2008 was to ensure explicit policy u-turn from the Commission proposal for the Waste Framework Directive, reinstating a priority for oil recycling. The outcome of the Campaign was the legal certainty necessary to support the ongoing development of this European global leader.
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UEIL is member of ATIEL.
ATIEL represents the combined knowledge and experience of Europe’s leading engine oil manufacturers.
Its expertise in engine lubricants technology has helped to establish industry best practices and quality standards for both vehicle manufacturers and consumers.
By drawing on the technical know-how of its membership it promotes consensus on key technical issues, ensuring that engine oils continue to contribute to improved wear protection, deposit control, lower emissions and fuel economy.
01/2014 - 12/2014
< 9,999 €
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
Please note: the above-mentioned costs refer to the direct representation of interests to EU institutions by UEIL and its section GEIR (Groupement Européen de l'Industrie de la Régénération) representing the interest of the European Re-refining Industry.
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.