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Meeting of the EG-Forest-Based Industries in Brussels 22 January 2018

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UEF attended the mast meeting of the EG-FBI (Forest-based Industries), in Brussels, 22 January 2018.

The meeting was the actual start of get things going for the:

“Guidelines for cascading of biomass”

The work will be done before summer and workgroups will be formed. The intention is to do the guidelines within existing laws of member states, as far as we know.

Seminars will be held and EG-FBI (DG Growth) will have more meetings during springtime.

If you want to know more, please use this direct link to the EU Commission website about Forest Basesd Industries: http://ec.europa.eu/growth/sectors/raw-materials/industries/forest-based_en

More information about this topic on our website soon.

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