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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 ..
    News
    • 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 ..
    News
    • Chemicals,Products

    EU tightens limits on BPA in food packaging

    New regulations imposing stricter limits on the use of BPA in food contact materials are set to come into force in September, the EU executive ..
    News
    • 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 ..
    Comment
    • 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 ..
    News
    • Chemicals

    EU drinking water rules to tackle BPA

    The EC is set to propose limits on bisphenol-A and two other known endocrine disruptors, as well as new provisions on microplastics, in an overhaul ..
    News
    • Transport

    NGOs and shippers allied in call for dirty fuel ban

    Environmental groups and global sea freight firms have formed an unusual alliance ahead of a meeting of the IMO with a joint call for a ..
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    • EU's Circular Economy,Packaging,Packaging

    Brussels asks ECHA to draw up microplastics ban

    The European Chemicals Agency is beginning to prepare a restriction proposal targeted at reducing pollution from microplastics and oxo-plastics, although a ban would not enter ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution

    MEPs call for tougher global action on marine litter

    MEPs have called on the Commission and member states to do more to take tougher action on marine pollution by voting through a resolution an ..
    News
    • Waste & Resources,EU's Circular Economy,Packaging,Packaging

    EU plastics strategy focuses on recycling drive

    The European Commission has set out plans to increase the recyclability of packaging in a 'plastics strategy' that also called for increased recycling facilities and ..
    News
    • Waste & Resources,Packaging,Packaging

    Italy’s new rules on plastic bags for food criticised

    New rules to cut the use of plastic bags in Italy have been brought into force, but the measures have been criticised by consumers and ..
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    • General Policy,Packaging,Brexit and the EU

    UK environment strategy promises green Brexit

    UK prime minister Theresa May has pledged to use Brexit to strengthen and enhance environmental standards in Britain, not to weaken them ..
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