Brussels government signs ‘zero waste’ charter

The Belgian capital has become the first northern European city to sign up a Zero Waste Cities programme run by environmental campaigners, with the regional government initially pledging to cut the generation of trash generated by a fifth to 2030.

by Robert Hodgson

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