(ANSA) – NAPLES, 08 APR – “Italy suffers a European fine of 120,000 euros per day which is now finally reduced by a third”. This was announced by Vincenzo De Luca, president of the Campania Region online, referring to an EU fine imposed on Campania on waste management.
“We have finally had a reduction – states De Luca – of a third of the European sanction that comes from a first sentence of conviction in 2010 and then that in 2015, since the Region had not done anything, there was the sentence of the Court of European Justice, sanctioning Italy for 120,000 euros per day “.
De Luca highlighted that “thanks to the commitment of the Region with the environmental and legislative department, we save the first 40,000 euros for the start-up of the Caivano plant and for having brought one million tons of eco-bales out of Campania. A June we aim to reduce it by another third with the start-up of the Giugliano plant, before abolishing it with new plants. It is the result of the commitment of the Region which in recent years has worked with obsessive tenacity to solve historical emergencies in Campania on waste, water, purification. We will leave to our children a Region at the forefront of territorial protection “. (HANDLE).