European Court rules again on the meaning of "waste"

The European Court of Justice has given another significant judgment on the meaning of "waste" under EU legislation, confirming its view that the needs of environmental protection require an expansive approach. The decision concerned left-over quarrying materials stored on site, but the principles have wider implications concerning the fine line between by-products and production residues.

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