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Waste management in European law Panoussis, Ioannis K., (editor.)

By: Panoussis, Ioannis K.
Publisher: Netherlands Eleven International Publishing 2014Description: xxii, 183 pages.ISBN: 9789462361157.Subject(s): Refuse and refuse disposal -- Law and legislation -- European Union countries. Refuse and refuse disposal -- Law and legislation -- Italy -- CampaniaDDC classification: 363.728 Summary: Contents Cover; table of contents; preface; list of contributors; abbreviations; introductory remarks; part i: introduction; 1 waste management in eu legislation: an introduction; 1.1 basic principles, terms and definitions of waste management; 1.2 specific legislation; 1.3 transport of waste; 1.4 some concluding remarks: suggestions for further research; 2 waste management in the echr: an introduction; 2.1 protection of the environment and the european convention of human rights; 2.2 states obligations in environmental cases under echr law; part ii: jurisprudence. 3 the 'waste crisis' in campania before the european court of human rights: some remarks on the case di sarno and others v. italy3.1 introduction; 3.2 the circumstances of the case; 3.3 the way the court rejected the government's preliminary objection concerning the applicant's 'victim' status and some anomalies of the case under consideration. 3.4 the way the court applied in the present case the criterion 'in accordance with the law' provided in paragraph 2 of article 8 of the convention and held that the state violated the applicants' rights to respect for their private lives and their homes3.5 the dismissal of the government's preliminary objection based on applicants' failure to exhaust domestic remedies and the finding that the state violated article 13 of the convention; 3.6 conclusions; 4 eu case-law and waste management in campania; 4.1 the problem of waste management in campania. 4.2 relevant eu legislation on waste management4.3 breaches of eu waste law (general); 4.4 infringement procedure under eu law; 4.5 case-law relevant for the problems in campania; 4.6 next steps; part iii: assessment and evaluation; 5 implementation of eu waste law: just as difficult as enforcement of eu law in other domains?; 5.1 implementation of eu law and the role of national judges; 5.2 implementation of eu law and the commission; 5.3 and what about eu waste law?; 6 the legal paradox of eu waste management; 6.1 a partial eu waste policy. 6.2 main reasons of the problems faced by the eu waste law7 opportunities and pitfalls for sustainable materials management in eu waste law; 7.1 the first elephant in the room: definition of waste; 7.2 the second elephant in the room: delineation with reach; 7.3 a herd of elephants: the application of the waste shipments regulation and the relationship with the treaty articles on the free movement of goods. similar discussions at the level of the wto; 7.4 ownership of waste; 7.5 use restrictions and waste management; annexes; directive 2008/​98/​ec of the european parliament and of the council.
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Contents
Cover; table of contents; preface; list of contributors; abbreviations; introductory remarks; part i: introduction; 1 waste management in eu legislation: an introduction; 1.1 basic principles, terms and definitions of waste management; 1.2 specific legislation; 1.3 transport of waste; 1.4 some concluding remarks: suggestions for further research; 2 waste management in the echr: an introduction; 2.1 protection of the environment and the european convention of human rights; 2.2 states obligations in environmental cases under echr law; part ii: jurisprudence.
3 the 'waste crisis' in campania before the european court of human rights: some remarks on the case di sarno and others v. italy3.1 introduction; 3.2 the circumstances of the case; 3.3 the way the court rejected the government's preliminary objection concerning the applicant's 'victim' status and some anomalies of the case under consideration.
3.4 the way the court applied in the present case the criterion 'in accordance with the law' provided in paragraph 2 of article 8 of the convention and held that the state violated the applicants' rights to respect for their private lives and their homes3.5 the dismissal of the government's preliminary objection based on applicants' failure to exhaust domestic remedies and the finding that the state violated article 13 of the convention; 3.6 conclusions; 4 eu case-law and waste management in campania; 4.1 the problem of waste management in campania.
4.2 relevant eu legislation on waste management4.3 breaches of eu waste law (general); 4.4 infringement procedure under eu law; 4.5 case-law relevant for the problems in campania; 4.6 next steps; part iii: assessment and evaluation; 5 implementation of eu waste law: just as difficult as enforcement of eu law in other domains?; 5.1 implementation of eu law and the role of national judges; 5.2 implementation of eu law and the commission; 5.3 and what about eu waste law?; 6 the legal paradox of eu waste management; 6.1 a partial eu waste policy.
6.2 main reasons of the problems faced by the eu waste law7 opportunities and pitfalls for sustainable materials management in eu waste law; 7.1 the first elephant in the room: definition of waste; 7.2 the second elephant in the room: delineation with reach; 7.3 a herd of elephants: the application of the waste shipments regulation and the relationship with the treaty articles on the free movement of goods. similar discussions at the level of the wto; 7.4 ownership of waste; 7.5 use restrictions and waste management; annexes; directive 2008/​98/​ec of the european parliament and of the council.

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