The European Commission proposed new EU-wide rules to target the 10 single-use plastic products most often found on Europe's beaches and seas, as well as lost and abandoned fishing gear.
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Today EU Member States approved a set of ambitious measures to make EU waste legislation fit for the future, as part of the EU's wider circular economy policy.
12 firms, led by Aquafil, secure 7.1 million euros from the European Union H2020 program.
AIMPLAS takes part in the project ECOXY, coordinated by CIDETEC, to develop reinforced composites meeting the strict requirements of the construction and the automotive sectors.
Toxic substances linked to a range of adverse health impacts can be present in carpets sold in the European Union.
The project Bio+, led by the bag manufacturer PICDA and coordinated by AIMPLAS, will allow to develop customized compostable materials for plastic packages, bags and tableware.
EU ambassadors approve new rules on waste management and recycling.
On 20 February 2018 three frontrunning companies commit to partner with Circle Economy, to develop a circular decision-making tool for the fashion and textiles industry.
REPESCA_PLAS project in the framework of the Fundación Biodiversidad Pleamar programme
First announcement circularity check.
The first-ever Europe-wide strategy on plastics was adopted today as part of the transition towards a more circular economy.
Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, is launching a new website section dedicated to circular economy.
European re-use sector gathers to promote the human dimension of a circular economy.
RReuse press release Waste Framework Directive final deal
The European Commission approves Greek auction scheme for renewable electricity.
The European Parliament, the Council and the Commission reach agreement to revise EU waste processing legislation, paving the way for a more circular economy.