EU Directive 2013/39/EU on priority substances
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- Control ,
- Prevention & Control ,
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EU Directive 2013/39/EU on priority substances in water policy came into force on 9 September 2013
9 Sep 2013
Water - EU
EU Directive 2013/39/EU amends 2000/60/EC (the Water Framework Directive) and 2008/105/EC (the directive on environmental quality standards, also known as the Priority Substances Directive) as regards priority substances in water policy.
Member states must transpose 2013/39/EU into domestic law by 15 September 2015.
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