EU Fertiliser Regulation
Fertiliser Regulation - November 2017 updateLatest update on progress with the EU Fertiliser Regulation.
Fertiliser Regulation - October 2017 updateThe European Compost Network along with other organisations have published a joint statement on the EU Fertiliser Regulation.
Fertilisers Regulation - June 2017 UpdateThe Fertiliser Regulation continues to be discussed by committees in the European Parliament.
EC Fertilisers Regulation ~ December 2016 UpdateProposals made so far during negotiations on revision of this regulation.
Comments on redrafted EC Fertilisers RegulationStakeholders comment on the European Commission's finalised redraft of the EC Fertilisers Regulation.
REA writes to Commission about Animal By-Products rulesREA's letter to the Commission calls for allowing the use of Alternative Treatment Parameters when making an EU fertiliser product.
Roadmap on EU Fertilisers Regulation brings good news for UK composts and digestatesThe DG GROW has released a Roadmap on the Revision of the Fertilisers Regulation on 22 October. The roadmap highlights that the Commission is considering an “optional harmonisation”, where digestate and compost that is produced and used nationally (ie not traded across borders) may not be required to comply with the requirements of the future Fertilisers Regulation.
Expect rules for EU fertilisers to changeDefra advises that we should expect rules for EU fertilisers to change. Latest intelligence from FEAD is that a legislative proposal for revising the EU Fertilisers Regulaiton is likely to be included in their new Circular Economy Package.
Review of EU Fertilisers Regulation: Animal By-ProductsREA call for feedback from those who are composting or digesting animal by-products. Triggered by very restrictive proposals for ABP treatment in the context of producing an EU Fertiliser (likely to supersede UK EoW criteria for compost and digestate products).
EU Fertilisers Regulation: revision work is haltedWork on revision of the EU Fertilisers Regulation has been halted.
December meetings about the EU Fertilisers RegulationDG ENTR documents discussed at meetings on 15th & 16th December and communication about the new Commissioners' task in 2015 to decide their programme of work.
Responses to draft proposals for updating the EU Fertilisers RegulationUK trade associations and ADOWG send joint comments to the Commission in response to their draft proposals for updating the EU Fertilisers Regulation.
UK trade associations' views ~ members invited to commentUK trade associations circulate draft comments to members about latest Commission proposals for revision of the EU Fertilisers Regulation.
Update on EU Fertilisers Regulation ~ October 2014October 2014 update on plans for revision of the EU Fertilisers Regulation, incorporating End of Waste criteria for composts and digestates.
Revised EU Fertiliser Regs could influence UK markets for composts and digestatesProposals for revision of EU Fertiliser Regulations are likely to broaden the scope of materials and include End of Waste criteria for composts and digestates derived from waste. REA is participating and considering potential implications for the UK markets for composts and digestates, both those with product status and those with waste status.
REA submits to Defra, EBA and ECN its comments on the EU Fertiliser Regs proposalsREA submitted to Defra, EBA and ECN comments on the EU Fertiliser Regs proposed safety and quality requirements on behalf of its members.
Comments needed on the EU Fertilisers regulations proposalsWe have drafted detailed comments on the proposals in the EU Fertiliser regulations which will send to EBA, ECN and Defra. Please let us know if you have any comments by lunch time on 27th August.
Update on the revision of the EU Fertiliser RegulationsThis article contains an update on the revision of the EU Fertiliser Regulations and relevant information reported by ECN following a recent meeting in Brussels.
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