The Environmental Services Association (ESA) has launched the first of two new reports looking at what it will take to meet the weight-based recycling targets proposed by the EU Circular Economy Package. The report, “An economic assessment and feasibility study … Continue reading →
The post “Fresh Interventions” Needed To Meet New EU Recycling Targets – ESA appeared first on CIWM Journal Online.
The EU Council has today confirmed its formal adoption of the Circular Economy Package, which will set out new rules for waste management and establish new targets for recycling, including the separate collections of textiles and hazardous waste from households. “I … Continue reading →
The UK will vote to in favour of the EU’s Circular Economy Package (CEP) when it comes to the Council, Defra has confirmed. The Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra) confirmed that it has written to inform Parliament … Continue reading →
The post UK Will Vote In Favour Of EU Circular Economy Package appeared first on CIWM Journal Online.
The recently announced ban by China on imports of different waste streams is a “wake-up call” for the European Union, says the European Federation representing the European waste management industry (FEAD). The recently announced ban by China on certain waste imports … Continue reading →
A new report from the Aldersgate Group out today (14 December), “Beyond the Circular Economy Package”, argues that EU institutions should continue to support the shift towards greater resource efficiency beyond the completion of the Circular Economy Package. By introducing … Continue reading →
The post €324bn Circular Economy Opportunity Needs Long-Term Support appeared first on CIWM Journal Online.
Negotiations with the European Parliament on all four legislative proposals on waste – as part of the Circular Economy Package – will begin next week, after a negotiating mandate was agreed by ministers through the European Council. Negotiations are expected … Continue reading →
The Environmental Services Association (ESA) has sounded a note of caution to the European Parliament’s amendments to the EU Circular Economy legislation adopted earlier this week. European Parliament voted to restore the recycling targets for member states set out in … Continue reading →
European Parliament has voted to restore the original recycling targets for member states set out in the original incarnation of the Circular Economy Package table in 2014. The votes means by 2030, at least 70% by weight of so-called municipal … Continue reading →
The post MEPs Vote To Restore Original Circular Economy Package Recycling Targets appeared first on CIWM Journal Online.
Just leave us your contact information and one of our team will call you as soon as possible.