ENDS Report Issue 354, July 2004

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  • DuPont fights Ineos HFC claim

    Projects to abate industrial greenhouse gas emissions are dominating the Kyoto Protocol's clean development mechanism - creating tensions between DuPont and Ineos

  • Corporate disclosure survey

    Less than a quarter of quoted companies publish quantitative information on their environmental impacts in annual reports

  • Beckett challenges CIA goals

    Environment Secretary Margaret Beckett has been less than enthusiastic about the chemicals sectors' new set of sustainability goals

Waste management

  • Warning on co-disposal ban

    Waste management firms are warning that the co-disposal ban will be flouted following July's implementation of the new regime


  • Samsung's chemicals policy

    Greenpeace has applauded Samsung Electronics' decision to phase out hazardous chemicals used in its products


UK policy

  • IPPC and resource efficiency

    Too little priority as been given to promoting the efficient use of resources under the IPPC regime, according to a new report


  • SEA Directive implemented

    Implementation of the EU Directive on strategic environmental assessment has seen differing views of the likely impacts


EU policy

  • Approval for UK carbon plan

    The UK national allocation plan for the EU emissions trading scheme is among eight to be approved by the European Commission

  • 1 substance, 1 registration

    The UK has unveiled proposals for a "one substance, one registration" approach to the registration process at the heart of the REACH regime for chemicals management


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