Records relating to Stakeholder Discussions pertaining to EE2 in context of Community Strategy for Endocrine Disrupters
Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001 and further to the Aarhus Directive on public access to environmental information , I request documents/ information in relation to the following:
Re. the Community Strategy for Endocrine Disrupters and pursuant to a report completed by WRC-NSF in November 2002 (Ref. UC6052). A stakeholder consultation on the findings of this report culminated in an informal stakeholder meeting, held in Brussels on the 15-16th October, 2003.
I request documents, emails, internal memos/reports/notes for the period 01/06/2003-01/01/2004 between DG Env and stakeholders involved in the consultation on the WRc-NSF report with respect to the environmental impacts of EE2 (also referred to as ethinyl oestradiol and 17α-ethinyloestradiol) which was one of 12 substances evaluated in the aforementioned WRc-NSF report.
In particular, I request:
-Attendee list (with organisation) for the stakeholder meeting 15/16th Oct, 2003.,
-Agenda for the stakeholder meeting 15/16th Oct, 2003.,
-Minutes of meetings held during the two day discussions on 15/16th Oct, 2003.
-Memos, notes, internal mails, internal reports, documents relating to views of stakeholders (specifically EurEAU and EFPIA) contacted in pre/post the stakeholder meeting in relation to the WRc-NSF conclusions re. potential environmental impacts of EE2.
Please don't hesitate to contact me to facilitate the recovery of the information requested if any aspect is unclear.
joanne gardner le gars
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joanne gardner le gars
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Dear Ms Gardner Le Gars,
On behalf of Mr Hansen please find attached a reply to your above-mentioned request for access to documents.
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