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The Malta-EU Steering and Action Committee (MEUSAC) together with the Malta Competition and Consumer Affairs Authority (MCCAA), is organising a consultation session on Directive 2009/128/EC establishing a framework for Union action to achieve the sustainable use of pesticides.
This Directive, which needs to be transposed into Maltese law by December 2011, aims to reduce the risks and impacts on human health and the environment related to the use of pesticides. The Directive also aims to promote the use of alternative pest management methods.
Date: Thursday, November 10, 2011
Time: 18:00 hrs
Venue: NGOs Centre, Il-Madonna tar-Rummiena Street, Xewkija
The aim of the Directive is to ensure that Member States draw up plans to reduce the potential damage caused by pesticides.
The Directive focuses on plant protection products.
It instructs Member States to:
The session is of particular interest to:
The session will be conducted in MALTESE.
The opening address will be given by the Hon. Dr Chris Said, Parliamentary Secretary for Consumers, Fair Competition, Local Councils and Public Dialogue.
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