Navarre to introduce ambitious waste legislation

Spain’s Navarran regional parliament is set to approve early next year a groundbreaking law to reduce waste production and promote the circular economy

*This article was amended on 28 November to correct Eva García's job title.

Spain’s Navarran regional parliament is set to approve early next year a groundbreaking law to reduce waste production and promote the circular economy.

Under a draft presented by the regional government last week, municipalities will be required to separate 70% of organic waste, prepare 75% of all urban waste for recycling and reduce landfilling of waste to 25% by 2027, rivalling targets set by the pioneering Catalan government.

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