Eco Design of Energy Using Products Directive (EUP)

Published: 29 March 2004

Policies & Issues: Environment

Orgalime comments on the EP ENVI committee report

With the adoption of the European Parliament’s ENVI committee report on the eco design of energy using products directive ('EUP'), the Commission’s EUP proposal that was presented in August 2003 has been substantially changed both conceptually and in its structure in a way that is overall unacceptable to our industry.

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