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EU Leaders Discuss How to Make the Chemicals Sector Greener and More Competitive (update)

April 21, 2009 | Alex Scott

Representatives of the European Commission, the Czech Republic European Union (EU) presidency, and the chemicals industry, among others, have agreed that there is a need for greater cooperation across the EU to shift the transportation of chemical feedstocks from roads into pipelines and onto trains.   The talks, held during the past few days at Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic, follows EU-level multi-stakeholder discussions by the High Level Group on the Competitiveness of the European Chemical Industry in February to promote environmental...

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Comments (1) for EU Leaders Discuss How to Make the Chemicals Sector Greener and More Competitive (update)
It's really all about efficiency, and much safer too.

-Eric T.
Posted by Eric Toczko on Tuesday, April 21, 2009 @ 09:20 AM

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