Greece only EU state to meet environmental legislation deadline
This article was originally published in Clinica
The deadline has now passed by which all EU member states should have transposed two key Directives on electronic waste, but of the 25 EU states, only Greece has managed to pass national legislation giving effect to both. While these Directives do not apply immediately to medical devices, measures are foreseen in the near future and they need to be taken account of now in designing the devices of the future.
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