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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Green MEP Welcomes Battery..
عدد مرات القراءة 22502006-07-05

GREEN MEP WELCOMES BATTERY DIRECTIVE APPROVED TODAY

The European Parliament has today approved the awaited Battery
Directive. Green MEP Jean Lambert welcomed the decision that will ensure
schemes for the collection of used batteries and accumulators are set up
throughout Europe by 2008.

Jean, who is the Green MEP for London, warned that the UK must take the
Directive seriously to ensure they do not face a similar situation to
that of the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive.
Jean commented; “Six Member States including Belgium, Austria, France
and Germany have had collection schemes for portable batteries in place
for some time now, reaching impressive collection rates of up to 59%.
The directive passed today now requires all member states, including the
UK, to reach a minimum collection rate of 25% by 2012 and 45% by 2016.
We have two years to transpose the directive into national law, which
should be ample time to make good progress.

“With new limits on the content of cadmium and mercury in batteries and
the requirement for all batteries to be labeled with their real capacity
by 2009 producers will not only have to reduce pollution in the products
but consumers can make a more informed choice to protect the environment
even further when purchasing them.

“Batteries can not be recycled without a good collection scheme in
place. It’s vital that we implement these immediately. Easily accessible
collection points must be available to consumers by 2008 and
distributors will have to take back the used batteries at no cost
regardless of when they were sold allowing everyone to take part. The
Directive is a positive step forward in reducing the amount of waste
sent to landfill and helping us all take care of the environment we live
in.”






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