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Should the UK retain EU stove regulations after Brexit?

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Now this is a conversation which will get the party started - politics, Brexit, EU and stove regulations all in one.

 

Who would like to start us off?

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You could ask the same about a lot of things that we have  adopted from the eu over the yrs. but like most things it not gonna get changed because we not in the same club..

 

there will I’ll still be legislated stuff coming into force while we’re on our way out..

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I think you'll find they are copies of the US regs.  hard to believe i know, but the EPA regs are tight and I'm fairly sure we/europe is simply copying and catching up.

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I wonder if we will ever come out of the EU. Can’t see it myself, but if we do I think the package will be more or less the same as we have currently. It will be in name only in my opinion 

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lets be logical.  are our circumstances different in a way that mean we need different regs?  different city sizes or useage patterns or pollution affecting weather or economy or....?  Then think, do we have or can we generate the resources to set our own, good (better) regs and is this a good use of public money or should we worry about other things and spend our taxes elsewhere?

 

I'm not expert but I tend to think our differences are not that great and we have little to gain, so no, lets use what has already been developed by the EU (or US).

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I suppose we will also be importing stoves from Europe which will be EU compliant and any UK companies looking to export to the EU would also have to be EU compliant. Either way, it looks like we are tied into the EU regs one way or another?

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