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Epa to probe dublin asbestos dumping, EU officials say

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In what he described as a “revolting and criminal act”, the EU Commission has announced that the illegal dumping of thousands of tonnes of asbestos fibres would be probed in a Brussels court, EU officials said.

In response to a parliamentary question from MEPs on Friday, EU Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said that the dumping had taken place as the country was struggling to recover from the devastating impact of the European Union’s financial crisis.

“To put it bluntly, there were millions of tonnes of asbestos fibres which were dumped in Ireland, Bulgaria, Serbia, Malta, Montenegro, Cyprus, Cyprus, Macedonia, Montenegro, Hungary, Kosovo, Romania,” Juncker said.

“These were put in pits on the borders between these countries, which also took place in Bulgaria, Serbia and Malta. The whole waste is dumped in such a manner that the waste could contain up to 10 times that amount of fibres,” he added.

In the European Commission’s opinion, the dumping of asbestos fibres has not taken place “in accordance with any legally binding environmental regulations in the EU” since it “was an illegal act, and, therefore, for the purposes of EU law a breach of the EU environmental directives”.

The EU’s environment commissioner, Connie Hedegaard, said that the Commission’s “opin블랙 잭ion is that such a dumping of asbestos fibres was not authorised in accordance with the regulations of the European Union” and that the commission was working to “prosecute all those responsible for this illegal dumping”.

A statement from the Irish government, which has a subsidiary in Bulgaria, has told the Irish Express that “all sources of asbestos fibres are being treated in accordance with EU standards” and the Irish government had a ri하하 포커ght to dispose of them by other means.

In a statement, the European Commission said that in 2013 the EU had agreed to a European ban on asbestos fibres in several industrial sites, with Germany the biggest importer. “However, EU Member States are not obliged to fulfil EU requirements, and in order for these EU standards to apply to all source countries the Council must come up with a general framework, including general guidelines on the disposal of these toxic substances and regulations setting out acceptable storage conditions,” it said.

The EU’s executive branch will investigate whether other Member States acted in the same way.

The EU had no official response to the Irish government’s statement but EU Commission vice-president Fran