FEAD: European Parliament vote on the Waste Framework Directive

| Yesterday, the European Parliament voted in plenary on a revision of the Waste Framework Directive to make the textile industry more sustainable.

Liebherr invests in assembly hall for battery-electric wheel loaders

| After roughly ten months of construction, Liebherr has commissioned a new assembly hall especially for the manufacture of battery-electric wheel loaders at their plant in Bischofshofen.

Zero Waste Europe: European Parliament makes textile polluters pay

| The vote in the European Parliament yesterday signalled victory for lawmakers seeking to hold textile producers accountable to cover the costs for the waste their products generate.

Advanced the sorting of multilayer PVDC packaging waste

| Syensqo and Tomra have joined forces to demonstrate the technical and economic feasibility of separating and sorting multi-component plastic structures in which polyvinylidene chloride...

EP gives green light to food waste targets

| Members of the European Parliament voted on the Waste Framework Directive to raise legally binding food waste reduction targets to 20% for processing and manufacturing, and 40% for retail, restaurants, and households.
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Fead publishes scientific study on the presence of PFAS in waste

| FEAD has announced the publication of our scientific article titled ‘The Presence of PFAS in Wastes and Related Implications on the Current and Proposed European Regulatory Framework: A Systematic Critical Review’ in Detritus, the journal for Circular Economy and Sustainable Management of Residues.

European Parliament takes on food and textile waste, but fails to meet scale of...

| Today, the European Parliament tackled food and textile waste by voting on the revision of the Waste Framework Directive.

Plastics Recycling Awards Europe 2024 finalists announced

| The winners of the seven awards will be revealed on 20 June, the second day of the Plastics Recycling Show Europe at the RAI Amsterdam.

Shredding and washing technology for Big Bag recycling

| The Virginijus ir Ko recycling plant in western Lithuania has been active in waste management and recycling for more than 20 years, processing around 35,000 tonnes of potential recyclables annually.

EEA: Europe not prepared for rapidly growing climate risks

| Europe is the fastest warming continent in the world, and climate risks are threatening its energy and food security, ecosystems, infrastructure, water resources, financial stability, and people’s health.

Opening of Australia’s largest glass recycling plant

| Redwave has supplied Australia's most advanced glass recycling facility, worth around 20 million euros.

Good waste management can be a success factor

| Austropressen will be present at IFAT with its intelligent machinery for a range of applications and persuasive energy efficiency.

Afyren and Suez join forces to upcycle municipal organic waste

| Both companies are working together on a new way of creating value from organic waste.

NGOs: EU institutions take an important step to prevent packaging waste and promote reuse

| On Monday, 4 March 2024, negotiations on the EU Packaging and Packaging Waste Regulation (PPWR) were concluded.

Channel baling press ensures efficient waste management

| Energie AG Umwelt Service offers waste disposal services to local communities, businesses and manufacturers throughout Austria.