Analysis: What EU circular economy plans mean for waste policy

As the European Commission draws up plans to support the EU’s transition to a circular economy, ENDS takes a look at what the key implications will be for waste.

by Robert Hodgson
Waste: the EU executive aims to cut the bloc’s natural resources use, recycle as much as possible, and minimise the production of residual waste (Photo by JOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP via Getty Images)
Waste: the EU executive aims to cut the bloc’s natural resources use, recycle as much as possible, and minimise the production of residual waste (Photo by JOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP via Getty Images)

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