various challenges to OPA's regulations and to the EPCA
The EU Council of Foreign Affairs reaffirmed its commitment to conclude and implement "ambitious, broad-based and mutually-beneficial" EPCAs
with the countries in the region.
The second round of negotiations on the EPCA
will take place in Brussels (Belgium).
Noting that private vehicles contribute to 40 per cent pollution in Delhi-NCR, the EPCA
urged people to reduce use of private vehicles during this period and use public transport or other means.
His administration complemented Epca
with RA 7718, or the expanded build-operate-transfer law, which granted the private sector a broad range of investment incentives, unmindful of its the deleterious effects to consumers.
imposed the diesel generator ban in Delhi, the demand for the luminous power inverters in the capital city has increased manifold.
Nathalie Debuyst, Communication and Education Manager at EPCA
, said she witnessed "an engaging debate amongst digital natives who showed great enthusiasm and understanding of society's development and needs and the contribution of science, petrochemistry and plastics in our daily lives."
The order was based on the recommendations of the EPCA
whose view was sought by the transport department as it was not sure how to verify date of sale of vehicles which were purportedly sold on or before March 31.
However, Drew and other AHRI officials said EPCA
is now 40 years old and in need of reform.
As such, in 2011 the European Plastics Converters Association (EPCA
), an umbrella group comprising the plastics Industry associations for eight countries, Including Germany, France, and the UK, established a voluntary agreement on energy efficiency.
sets forth the criteria and procedures DOE must follow when prescribing or amending test procedures for covered equipment.
Group A: Team Honda from EPCA
, Pak Shaheen from RCA and Pak Crescent A from YACA in Group A.