After a full week of exploring ways in which the EU could help cities to become better places to live and work, the EU Green Week (21-25 May 2018) is now over.

The last generations in Europe had the fortune to live in a continent of peace and prosperity. Through the benefits that free trade and free establishment of natural persons provided, Europe’s growth has been escalating after the second half of the 20thcentury. Moreover, European citizens have been seeing the quality of their lives improving remarkably.

PRESS RELEASE | All commercial actors handling WEEE should report, in the same way producers do and treatment standards for WEEE should be mandatory for all parties.

New economy, new management models and business processes: how could they impact the economic and social development of the Northern Dimension area?

Read the letter to the Cabinet of Commissioner Moedas & Commissioner Oettinger

MEP Michéle Rivasi (the Greens) & her opinion on the implementation of the Ecodesign Directive

Joint statement of APPLiA, CER, DTHG, EIM, EPTTOLA, ESIA, EuPIA, EURATEX, FEDECRAIL, IALD, IPC, LightingEurope, OETHG, RadTech Europe, SEMI, UIP, UITP & UNIFE

“Information for Recyclers – I4R”, a unique one-stop source platform aimed at providing a whole range of information and guidance on how to handle WEEE: http://www.i4r-platform.eu

APPLiA and a large group of other associations and companies that are committed to EUs goal of decarbonising the European energy system are calling for the PEF review to be based on a scientific methodology