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EU Directive

(European Union Directive) A set of privacy requirements that took effect in 1998 and ordered European member nations to enact compliant legislation. It deals with the establishment of Data Protection Authorities, people's rights to personal information and enforcement. For more information, visit www.cdt.org/privacy/eudirective/EU_Directive_.html. See privacy.
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Caerphilly council officers appear to have withheld these important ministerial "policy letters" from our elected councillors and decided, behind closed doors, to continue with the soon-to-be-outlawed co-mingling of waste in defiance of the EU directive and advice of government ministers, instead of allowing our elected councillors to decide on this important policy issue at full council.
The EU directive was issued as a result of a court case brought before the European Court of Justice by citizens claiming reimbursement for health care costs incurred from a member state other than the one they had been insured in.
Be that as it may, the new EU directive should come as good news for North Wales residents concerned about the growing number of heavy lorries on the A55 and other major roads.
The EU directive also provides that one of the suppliers must be independent of the airport operating company and of the main airline operating at the airport.
And said that it was "baffling" that the UK had not already backed the EU Directive on Human Trafficking because "none of the individual measures will be any serious problem for the UK".
We at EML have been aware of the EU directive for some time and have been considering the need for sustainability in products as well as recycling opportunities in store, culminating in the recent addition of a recycling lid to our Pro-bin.
The EU directive was prompted by new rules for all types of infant formula after scientific advice.
This is no longer possible, because the EU Directive 2002/95/EC on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment that came into force on 1 July 2006 EU and the EU Directive 2000/53/EC on end-of-life vehicles that comes into force on 15 July 2007 prohibit the use of certain heavy metal compounds, including chromate", explained Dr.
ICELAND is currently not complying with the EU directive 2002/88/EC harmonising laws on non-road mobile machinery pollution alleges the European Free Trade Area (EFTA) Surveillance Authority.
EU Directive 2000/53/EC on end-of-life vehicles stipulates that vehicle manufacturers and their material and component suppliers must try to reduce use of hazardous substances when designing vehicles.
The result is likely to be that products sold in the United States will be in compliance with the EU directive, as U.
The EU directive requires electronics manufacturers to significantly reduce lead and other selected content from their products by August 2006.