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With the European Green Deal, the European Comission gives the circular economy another push. However, this is absolute necessary, as a current report by the Euroean Environmental Agency shows, while Euric points out where the priorities for the recycling industry for the next five years are. While the nonferrous metals industry has already achieved a lot in terms of climate and the environment, the textiles industry needs to go circular immidiately.
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Price excl. VAT, incl. postage Germany EUR 5,00 | International EUR 5,00 Order now Topics Source: Dean Simone; pixabay.com A novel recycling process for EV LIBsBased on the DRI process, Canadian scientists have developed a process to recover metals from used EV LIBs. Source: wikimedia.org; Periodictableru Circularity to secure critical supply Scientists from France and the USA have analysed how platinum can be used in a circular way. Source: Willibald Experience new and proven technologies liveAt the beginning of May, the IFAT 2020 will be opening its doors in Munich and J. Willibald will be among the exhibitors. Source: World Bank Improvements in state of environmental emergencyRegardless of the negative things happening, there are also improvements in economic and social indicators. Source: Christo Anestev; pixabay.com Investments in the futureAcucomm collects data on new investments in waste management and recycling around the globe. Here are the current figures for 2019. Foto: Free-Photos; pixabay.com Less global, more circularA new report provides an overview of the current state of the textiles industry and makes suggestions on how to go circular. Foto: Dimitris Vetsikas, pixabay.com Local actions driving transitionAt the heart of the “EU Green Deal” is the desire to move away from our current linear “produce, consume, discard” economic model. Priorities for recyclingEuric has named the top five priorities for the next five years to ensure the industry‘s full contribution towards a circular economy. Source: PublicDomainPictures; pixabay.com The four top compliance challenges in 2020/21Compliance professionals need to focus on organisational processes, procedures, and various actions. Source: Albrecht Fietz; pixabay.com The frontrunners of climate neutralityHow can the nonferrous metals industry contribute to climate neutrality? That is the question a new report wants to answer. Source: HK Recycles Turning gaps into opportunitiesIn Hong Kong, start-ups are stepping in to solve problems resulting from waste and bring the city closer to a circular economy. Source: E. Zillner Upcoming decade must be the time for actionThe time for reflection is over, urges the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) in its recent opinion.
Source: Gerd Altmann; pixabay.com Worse than expectedAs a current report shows, there is still a gap between the EU’s 2050 sustainability vision and the current overall EU environmental performance.
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