RECYCLING magazine 01 / 2018

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    C. Falk, pixelio.de
    A different approach to tackling marine litter
    The ISWA Marine Task Force proposes reorienting the focus of immediate and concentrated efforts.
    Source: Valentine Iwenwanne
    A favourable alternative source of employment
    Due to weak regulations, Africa has become a large e-waste dump – but the material also offers opportunities.
    Source: Circle Economy
    A starting point to measure circularity
    Circle Economy presents a metric to measure circularity moving towards a circular economy and warns of the circularity gap.
    Source: Timothy Byrne
    Efficient waste management for Piraeus
    Each year thousands of tourists visit the city, which makes a sustainable waste management system vital.
    Timo Klostermeier, pixelio.de
    Getting closer to the target
    Due to the ongoing high demand in Europe, a recent study has reviewed the recycling performance of plastic packaging waste.
    Source: E. Zillner
    Is the future of waste management digital?
    A survey by ISWA shows that the industry expects the digital revolution to happen – even for waste.
    Source: BIR
    Promotion for the seventh resource
    With the ‚Global Recycling Day‘ on 18 March, the BIR wants to promote the benefits and successes of recycling.
    Source: Dieter Schütz; pixelio.de
    Pune proposes solid waste management plan
    In order to process the solid waste piling up in the city, the Pune Municipal Corporation has a plan to tackle the problem.
    Source: E. Zillner
    Shifting the burdens through deposit refund systems
    Local authorities in the UK could benefit massively by introducing deposit refund systems for beverage containers.
    Source: Rainer Sturm, pixelio.de
    So much more than waste management
    The circular economy helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions – and can contribute to reducing climate change overall.
    Source: Linus Unah
    Turning Nigeria‘s waste into furniture
    Small companies try to see the continuously growing volumes of waste in Lagos as a business opportunity.
    Source: HSM
    ‚Dream bales‘ for a recycling material loop
    How waste that was considered useless yesterday can become a valuable secondary raw material.

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