Greens fear EU softening eco-labelling for tyres


BRUSSELS, Sept 30 (Reuters) - European Union negotiators are on the brink of agreeing new rules to inform consumers about the eco-performance, noise and wet grip of tyres, diplomats said, but critics charge the draft has been softened and lacks teeth. Earlier versions of the proposal would have required stickers on each tyre sold, like those that have boosted European sales of energy-efficient fridges and washing machines. The current deal between the European Parliament, the executive ...

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