Delays hit rules on VOC emissions from petrol distribution

A final agreement on an EC Directive which will reduce emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from the petrol distribution chain seems certain to be delayed until at least the autumn. The text was agreed by Environment Ministers last summer, but the European Parliament is holding out for changes which look set to force it into a new conciliation procedure established under the Maastricht Treaty.

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