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25th October 2021
Consumer, Health & Environment

EFTA Court to hear case on Iceland’s failure to improve disposal of animal by-products

The EFTA Surveillance Authority (ESA) has referred a case to the EFTA Court concerning Iceland’s alleged failure to bring in line with EEA rules its practices of animal by-products disposal.

In its latest country profile of April 2021, ESA concluded that while Iceland has made good progress to address the majority of its recommendations, the 2018 recommendations concerning official controls of animal by-products not intended for human consumption were still to be fully implemented. 

According to ESA, its decision follows a letter of formal notice on 3 October 2018 and a reasoned opinion on 29 April 2020 stating that Iceland has failed to fulfil its obligations under EEA law to have an adequate system in place, or to maintai

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