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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. The EU Directive dealt with the establishment of Data Protection Authorities and people's rights to personal information and enforcement. It was replaced with the EU General Data Protection Regulartion (see GDPR). See privacy.
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The EU directive covers establishments where dangerous substances may be present (e.g.
The rights of third-country nationals intending to research, study, undergo professional training or work in the European Voluntary Service and for researchers and their relatives were also laid down.The amendment to the law, drafted by the Interior Ministry, also stipulates the conditions for the mobility of students, researchers and their family members who have been previously granted a residence permit by another EU-member state based on the EU directive.
Last night sources at the plant told the Mirror machinery had previously been earmarked for Poland but the decision was deferred pending the company's long-term plans.An insider added: "Ironically enough the factory is going to be extremely busy for the next year or so as once the EU directive comes in they still have a year to sell them."
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.
Gechev, as cited by Sega daily, made clear that the changes would guarantee compliance with EU Directives and would boost competition.
He also ruled that an environmental regulation of this type - ie one which does not ban access to an airport - could, "in view of the relevant economic, technical and legal contexts, have the same effect as prohibitions on access to an airport" and should therefore be subject to the EU directive (measuring sound at the source and not on the ground).
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".
EUROPEAN Union (EU) ministers have approved a revised and streamlined EU directive on the market authorisation of food products for particular nutritional uses, but have given the European Parliament a special watchdog role.
That loophole will be closed when an EU directive on infant formula comes into force in the UK in January.
European rules on the quality and size of wood were axed yesterday - the first EU Directive to be repealed under a new crackdown on red tape.
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.
* 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.