Animal By-Products (Enforcement) (Wales) Regs 2014
- Agriculture ,
- Food and drink ,
- Waste ,
- Pollution & Waste Management
The Animal By-Products (Enforcement) (Wales) Regulations 2014 came into force on 28 March 2014
28 March 2014
Waste - Wales
The Animal By-Products (Enforcement) (Wales) Regulations 2014 revoke and replace the Animal By-Products (Identification) Regulations 1995 and its amendments in Wales.
These regulations provide for the enforcement of European Regulation 1069/2009/EC which controls the transport, use and disposal of animal by-products not intended for human consumption.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has published a new 'Green Claims Code' to ensure businesses are not misleading consumers about their environmental credentials.
Over two million hectares of Brazilian rainforest could be legally converted to supply the UK with soy under a new anti-deforestation law proposed by the government, the WWF has found.
In Elliott-Smith v Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, the claimant applied for judicial review of the legality of the defendants’ joint decision to create the UK Emissions Trading Scheme (UK ETS) as a substitute for UK participation in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS).
In R. (on the application of Hudson) v Windsor and Maidenhead RBC, the appellant appealed against a decision to uphold the local authority’s grant of planning permission for the construction of a holiday village at the Legoland Windsor Resort.