Plastic waste has been a global problem for quite some time, but during the pandemic things seem to have become worse for different reasons. In this edition we highlight various approaches to tackling this problem and also raise the question of what alternatives we have in terms of recycling, e.g. chemical recycling. But, of course, not everything is about plastic waste. Other topics cover the EU Taxonomy Regulation, food waste, battery recycling and the waste trade in general.
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Price excl. VAT, incl. postage Germany EUR 5,00 | International EUR 5,00 Order now Topics Source: adege; pixabay.com A global pact against plastic pollutionA group of organisations wants a UN treaty on plastic pollution. Source: Finnrich; pixabay.com A novel physical separation processA new process turns waste batteries into black mass. Source: Peggy and Marco
Lachmann-Anke; pixabay.com Communication is key for enforcementInterpol provides insight into criminal trends in the plastic waste market Source: Nextek Design for optimum recyclingRecyclable features in plastic packaging are not always by design. Source: Christoph; pixabay .com How green is incineration?Can incineration be considered sustainable within the EU taxonomy? Source: stux, pixabay.com Into the crucibleWill the European chemicals industry rise to the circularity challenge? Source: AIMPLAS Obtaining eco-friendly PU foamA new project wants to implement the circular economy in the PU life cycle. Source: CDE The global crisis not being talked aboutWhy the global sand crisis is a topic that needs more attention. Source: Alexas Fotos, pixabay.com The hidden ironies of plasticEspecially during the pandemic, the problem of plastic waste worsening. Source: David Peterson; pixabay.com Time to close the doorsHow the Philippines can avoid becoming the region’s dumpsite. Source: PIRO4D; pixabay.com Too much disruption to discover trendsCurrent policies regarding resource efficiency and the circular economy Source: Susanne Stöckli; pixabay.com Too much potential wastedCircle Economy has applied its circularity metric to Norway. Picture credits: Entoprotech Turning food waste into treasureEntroprotech uses Black Soldier Flies to generate products from food waste.
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