Circular economy hampered by ‘lax’ chemicals law

A lack of information on toxic substances in recycled materials and a focus on quantity rather than quality are major barriers to the realisation of a truly circular economy, a new survey shows

by Claudia Delpero
Waste, WEEE (photograph: Ints Vikmanis/123RF)
Waste, WEEE (photograph: Ints Vikmanis/123RF)

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