The EU Commission decides not to raise objections to a State aid program by the Netherlands on soil rehabilitation

"The rehabilitation of polluted industrial sites in the Netherlands"*Introduction The Commission has set specific provisions for rehabilitation of polluted industrial sites in the Community guidelines on State aid for environmental protection [1], hereafter the environmental guidelines. On 27 February 2002 the Commission decided not to raise objections to a State aid program by the Netherlands on soil rehabilitation. This Dutch program is providing subsidies for the rehabilitation of the polluted industrial sites for which no private individual is financially responsible for the rehabilitation costs. The budget of the arrangement is 1.13 billion euros. This was the first State aid scheme to be approved under these provisions of the new environmental guidelines. In this article you

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Melvin Koenings, The EU Commission decides not to raise objections to a State aid program by the Netherlands on soil rehabilitation, 27 February 2002, e-Competitions Bulletin February 2002, Art. N° 36948

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