| The Commission has unveiled a Green Deal Industrial Plan to boost the competitiveness of Europe's net-zero industry and support a rapid transition to climate neutrality.
| A new study published today by Zero Waste Europe (ZWE) shows that the efficiency of electricity generation from existing EU waste incineration facilities is appallingly low.
| With a large majority, the European Parliament adopted yesterday its position on the Waste Shipment Regulation (WSR) revision. It includes improvements on intra EU shipments but maintains tight rules on waste exports to the industry’s concern.
| Today, the Observatory Against Greenwashing, a coalition of experts and NGOs, launches its Independent Science-Based Taxonomy. Banks, investors and insurers will be able to...
| Europe’s recycling industries expressed dismay at the European Parliament’s adoption of current waste shipment proposals citing major inconsistencies undermining the trade of recycled materials, says Euric.
| The European Court of Auditors (ECA) has released a Review on the EU actions to address the increasing amount of hazardous waste.
| Zero Waste Europe (ZWE) has set four essential criteria for mapping zero waste fashion business models, urging decision-maker s and the fashion industry to look beyond product circularity and ecodesign.
| On 29 December 2022, the new Regulation on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) has entered into force, providing a legally binding obligation to protect human health and the environment from some of the most harmful chemicals in waste.
| Aluminium beverage can recycling achieved a record level of 510,000 tonnes, saving 4.2 million tonnes of CO2eq.
| Weibold Academy article series discusses periodically the practical developments and scientific research findings in the end-of-life tire (ELT) recycling and pyrolysis industry.
| According to Eurostat, in 2021, the EU’s circular material use rate reached 11.7%.
| The Commission welcomes the provisional agreement between the European Parliament and the Council to make batteries more sustainable, circular and safe.
| Plastics are used across Europe in everything from construction materials to consumer products.
| The new research examines the potential environmental and consumer savings that new ecodesign measures could bring to Europe through the new Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Regulation.