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    • Waste & Resources,EU's Circular Economy

    EU’s circular economy ‘needs to move faster’

    The EU's circular economy is moving in the right direction, but not fast enough, delegates at the European Commission's circular economy stakeholder conference heard on ..
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    • Waste & Resources,EU's Circular Economy,Packaging

    EC warns of incineration threat to plastics strategy

    The EU’s plastics strategy could be undermined if China’s decision to ban waste imports leads to more incineration, the Commission's first vice-president has said ..
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    • Waste & Resources

    Dutch prosecutors take action over ship waste breach

    Dutch public prosecutors are bringing criminal charges against a ship owner for what they describe as the illegal sale of old ships to countries with ..
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    • Waste & Resources

    Spain launches circular economy consultation

    A plan to require Spain’s public sector to procure environmentally-friendly products and services has been included in the Spanish government’s new 2030 circular economy strategy ..
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    • Waste & Resources,EU's Circular Economy

    France calls for EU-wide product lifetime labelling

    Firms could be obliged to tell consumers about the environmental impact of the goods they produce under plans revealed by the French government ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Packaging

    Plastics strategy will drive circular economy

    Recent weeks have seen widespread support from business, politicians and other stakeholders for the European Commission’s plastics strategy ..
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    • Climate,Waste & Resources

    EC approves €98.2m fund for low carbon projects

    The European Commission has approved an investment pot of €98.2 million to support Europe’s transition to a low carbon, circular economy under its LIFE environment ..
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    • Waste & Resources,EU's Circular Economy

    France mulls plans for bottle deposit scheme

    France has announced proposals to introduce a deposit return scheme for plastic bottles and metal cans as part of plans intended to boost recycling rates ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution

    Sweden to ban microplastics in some cosmetics products

    The Swedish government has announced plans to ban the sale of rinse-off cosmetic products containing microplastics from July to help reduce plastic marine litter ..
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    • Waste & Resources,EU's Circular Economy,Packaging

    Brussels to cut bottle use with new tap water rules

    Improving the quality of Europe’s drinking water could reduce the consumption of bottled water by 17% and help deliver on the EU’s strategy to reduce ..
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    • Waste & Resources

    EU recycling rates creep up

    The amount of municipal waste recycled across the EU increased by one percentage point to 30% in 2016 compared to the previous year’s figure, according ..
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    • Energy,Waste & Resources

    RED II sends contradictory messages to member states

    Last Wednesday, the European Parliament finally voted on the renewable energy directive (RED II) file. Many rejoiced - although some may have been just happy ..
    Comment
    • Waste & Resources,EU's Circular Economy

    Dutch agencies call for circular economy monitor

    The Netherlands needs a new monitoring system in order to measure progress towards its full transition to a circular economy by 2050, according to a ..
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    • Waste & Resources,EU's Circular Economy

    New data reveals EU reliance on virgin materials

    Eurostat figures show that in 2014 secondary materials accounted for only 11.4% of overall material use in the EU and recycled critical raw materials made ..
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    • Waste & Resources

    Mixed views voiced over EC's plastic strategy

    Environmental bodies have welcomed the European Commission’s plastic strategy but insist that it is still not doing enough to reduce plastic consumption ..
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