Public Consultation on the Evaluation of the Batteries Directive

The Batteries Directive lays down rules on placing batteries and accumulators on the market and their treatment in the EU. The evaluation is the first step of a review process, in which the Commission assesses whether this Directive meets its objectives and contributes to the general objectives of the EU environmental policy. Preliminary research results have served as a basis for understanding the various issues at hand as well as for identifying areas where data gaps in aspects under evaluation still remain. This consultation offers any interested individual, group or company an opportunity to give their opinion and provide information. The consultation aims to capture views, experience and ideas of relevant stakeholders on achieving the Directive’s objectives, and invites them to provide relevant information for assessing the Directive’s performance and suitability.
Deadline: 28 November 2017

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