EU Directive 2011/97/EU - mercury waste
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EU Directive 2011/97/EU published 13 December 2011
13 December 2011
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EU Directive 2011/97/EU amends Directive 1999/31/EC as regards specific criteria for the storage of metallic mercury considered as waste.
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