EUROPEAN COMMISSION LAYS GROUNDWORK FOR EUROPEAN AUTO ECOLABELLING SYSTEM

BY MARK ROWE

EUROPEAN car manufacturers could face new requirements in future to subscribe to a continent-wide eco-labeling scheme. Across the European Union (EU), several products are already subject to ratings on their environmental sustainability and are required to meet benchmarks for good environmental performance, the sustainable production and consumption of products, and the sustainable provision and use of services.
But now the European Commission, the law-drafting executive arm of the EU has proposed a revamping of the ecolabel scheme ...


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