extended producer responsibility
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Blockchain Technology for Sustainable Waste Management
Environmental sustainability needs more sustainable waste management practices than today. The traceability of waste to be reused, recycled or recovered is already incorporated into any cutting-edge project in the sector, for competitiveness and efficiency. Data tracking is key to complying with existing laws and policies, and also to incentivizing regulations and policies that prevent and ...
Europe, Towards The Digital Passport On Circularity That Facilitates Textile Recycling
Europe has a problem with its textile waste. European consumption of textile products ranks fourth for its impact on the environment and climate change, behind food, construction and mobility. The ...
AIRTRA & ATMA Consult on EPR
The two key stakeholders in the Indian tyre sector, the Automotive Tyre Manufacturers Association (ATMA) and the All India Rubber & Tyre Recyclers Association (AIRTRA) have been holding preliminary consultations to set up a reverse collection ...
Equipment & Solutions
Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) Solutions
Extended Producer Responsibility or EPR is a legislative strategy used by most industrialised nations to promote chemical recycling of plastic waste. Today, more than 95% of plastic waste ends up in landfills. Globally, EPR is the only viable strategy to prevent landfilling of plastic waste.