The directive specifically introduces Environmental Quality Standards (EQS) for a list of priority substances and certain other pollutants already implemented in the EEA Agreement. The directive is a follow-up to the Water Framework Directive (WFD), the cornerstone of EU water protection policy, which is also part of the EEA Agreement and requires that EEA waters should achieve "good status" by 2015.
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