You can‘t do it without waste incineration, but that causes problems. Chemical recycling also causes problems – at least compared to mechanical recycling. And the food sector also causes a lot of problems.
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Price excl. VAT and postage Germany 5,00 EUR International 5,00 EUR Order now Topics Source: alexa; pixabay.com A new hierarchyA British institution suggests changing the waste hierarchy. Source: pix24; pixabay.com A transition for single-use glassCurrent barriers on the way to a circular economy. Source: Karl Allen Lugmayer; pixabay.com Beyond short-term visionIn the EU, close to 12 million tonnes are still going to waste-to-energy. Source: pexels.com; jeff-danila Binding targets are neededZero Waste Europe has developed proposals to advance the circular economy. Source: Peggy und Marco Lachmann Anke; pixabay.com Climate change governance in South AsiaCan other Asian countries learn from China? Source: LillyCantabile, pixabay.com EU needs to cut plastic productionReducing the dependency on fossil fuels and Russian oil and gas. Source: Rudy and Peter-Skitterians; pixabay.com Headed for incineration overcapacityAn explanation why England is in danger of a large overcapacity by 2042. Source: catazul; pixabay.com Higher emissionsGHG emissions are nine times higher from chemical than from mechanical recycling. Source: Pete-Linforth; pixabay.com Poland‘s path to circularityA circularity rate of 10.2% still leaves a lot of room for improvement. Source: pexels.com; stijn dijkstra Reducing waste to cut emissionsA new report shows where the potential lies and how it can be raised. Source: Daniel Albany; pixabay.com Serious challengesFood production needs a profound rethink. Source key: hans; pixabay.com Sorting is the keyFor the fashion industry to become circular, a lot depends on the correct sorting of the material. Source: Pexels; pixabay.com The dust under the carpetThe incineration of waste produces both hazardous and non-hazardous residues. Source: Kim Wutimet; Shutterstock Transforming the plastic waste crisis into opportuniesRecycling alone is not a solution. Source: Kreingkrai Luangchaipreeda; pixabay.com Use the existing potentialAn approach to making sustainable textile production a success in India.
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