Πέμπτη, 8 Ιουνίου 2017

Διεθνές ρεζίλι με τις χωματερές με πρώτη και καλύτερη της Καραθώνας


Τον περασμένο Σεπτέμβριο η Ελλάδα πιάστηκε εκ νέου για μη τήρηση του διεθνούς δικαίου και διέταξε το Ευρωπαϊκό Δικαστήριο να καταβάλει 10 εκατομμύρια ευρώ επιπλέον των άλλων 30.000 ευρώ την ημέρα έως ότου εξαλειφθούν οι παράνομοι χώροι υγειονομικής ταφής
Even after having to pay out tens of millions of euros every six months worth of EU fines back in 2014, Greece still can’t seem to get it together when it comes to recycling.
Last September Greece was once again caught not abiding by international law and was ordered by the European Court to pay 10 million euros in addition to another 30,000 euros per day until illegal landfills were eliminated and for not following rules on disposing of garbage — something the cash-strapped country cannot afford to pay. The European Court said in its ruling that Greece’s failure to meet its obligations was “particularly serious in so far as it is liable to directly endanger human health and to harm the environment.”
According to a 2010 report, as much as 80% of waste ends up at Greek landfill sites and that doesn’t seem to have changed as the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has scolded Greece on several occasions saying that the government had not complied with several deadlines to improve.


Over two decades of trying to regulate recycling of waste products in Greece, the government has done little to help the country reach the 2020 environmental goals of the EU. In contrast to other EU countries, 2017 figures show that only 16 percent of Greek household waste is recycled across the country, whereas the European recycling average is 28 percent, with Slovenia leading the way at 49 percent and Latvia bringing in the worst shape at only 3 percent.
http://greece.greekreporter.com/






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