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Directive 2004/27/EC (relating to medicinal products for human use): non implementation by Ireland

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Dear Environment,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

Directive 2004/27/EC (relating to medicinal products for human use) introduces an obligation for Member States to implement appropriate collection schemes for unused pharmaceutical products. It is designed to reduce the volumes of medicines flushed into water supply.

However, the Directive does not appear provide any guidelines on implementation of schemes, nor specify any reporting by member states to EU

Can I ask

- has Ireland implemented this Directive, and if not, is there any correspondence with EU on non implementation ?

- is there a reporting requirement, has Ireland reported, and if so, can I request copy of the reports

Yours faithfully,

Ashley Glover

ENV ACCESS DOCUMENTS, Environment

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Sg-Acc-Doc@ec.europa.eu, Environment

Dear Madam,

 

Thank you for your request for access to documents.

 

Unfortunately, you have not indicated your postal address. This is
necessary for registering and handling your request in line with the
procedural requirements.

 

Please send us your full postal address at your earliest convenience.
Pending your reply, we reserve the right to refuse the registration of
your request.

 

Alternatively, you may use directly the electronic form available on the
Europa website:

 

][1]http://ec.europa.eu/transparency/regdoc/....

 

Yours faithfully,

 

Access to documents team (cr)

SG.C.1

Transparency

 

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