|Type of Document||Year of Publication||Title||Abstract||Download|
|Letters||2010||Letter to ENVI Council of Ministers: Mercury Strategy|
|Position papers||2010||Position Paper on Requirements for Financing Investment in the Water Sector||
This position paper is one of EUREAU’s contributions to the European Commission’s Common Implementation Strategy (CIS) of the Water Framework Directive. It focuses on future requirements for investment in the water...
|Position papers||2010||Position Paper on Post 2013 CAP||
EUREAU supports the development of a European Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) that ensures a combination of an economically viable agricultural sector with improved sustainability of agricultural practices, especially...
|Position papers||2010||Position on Control at Source||
Control at source should be the priority measure in limiting hazardous substances entering the environment. Substance identified as a priority substance under the WFD should be automatically listed for further...
|Position papers||2010||Position on Smart Meetering||
The European Commission has issued a mandate for the standardisation of “smart metering” (SM) functionalities and communication for usage in Europe for electricity, gas, heat and water applications (M/441). The mandate...
|Position papers||2010||Climate Change and Mitigation||
Climate change is already affecting the water sector from its source material to its customer base and its recycling routes. The sector is both impacted by and contributes to climate change. Water is one of the most...
|Position papers||2010||Position on Combined Sewer Overflows||
EUREAU Members are, in many towns and cities, responsible for the construction and maintenance of wastewater collection systems. Many existing systems are designed to receive both foul sewage and surface water...
|Statutes and Finances||2010||Budget 2010|
|Contributions to EU consultations||2009||Response to the Commission’s consultation on “Draft Summary Report 1 Assessment of Existing Knowledge”||
Sustainable use of sewage sludge is important to EUREAU and our members. We welcome the opportunity to contribute to the Commission’s work on Environmental, Economic and Social Impacts of the Use of Sewage Sludge...
|Contributions to EU consultations||2009||Response to the EC consultation on the assessment study of the options to improve the management of Biowaste in the EU||
EUREAU Members are producers of sewage sludge. It’s clear that sludge is excluded from the scope of the “biowastes”, but we would like to take the opportunity of this consultation on the management of...