Government unrepentant about handling of ELVs Directive

Environment Minister Elliot Morley dismissed fears of a steep increase in abandoned vehicles over the next few years during the House of Commons Environment Committee's inquiry into the EU Directives on end-of-life vehicles and waste electrical and electronic equipment. The Environment Agency joined metal recyclers in calling for a central fund to help offset the costs of "de-polluting" ELVs and in complaining about the effects of the Government's delay in transposing the Directive.

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