The dashboard is the second part to our What We Waste report, published in April 2021, which used data from 93 countries, most of it dating back to 1999, to examine trends in sales and the collection and wastage of drinks containers. This interactive tool allows the user to explore that data.
Waste collection and recycling services are some of the most essential functions of government to keep cities clean and promote public health. For more than 50 years, local governments have championed efforts to improve the environmental sustainability of waste management services by establishing curbside recycling…Read More >
In the United States, the Break Free from Plastic Pollution Act seeks to establish a national beverage container deposit return system. Modern, comprehensive deposit systems are proven to be highly effective, equitable, and consistently supported by the general public. A…Read More >
Minimum recycled content mandates are a critical policy tool to drive higher recyclable material prices and investment for recycling, address climate change, help stabilise municipal waste budgets, and enable resilient local economies. This white paper, drafted by Director of Reloop…Read More >
On 6 July 2021, Reloop – in association with the European Association of Beverage Wholesalers (CEGROBB), Environmental Action Germany (Deutsche Umwelthifle e.V.), and Private Breweries Germany (Private Brauereien Deutschland) – will host the 8th European REUSE Conference “Reuse for future:…Read More >
Reloop's vision is a world free of pollution, where an ambitious and integrated circular economy allows our precious resources to remain resources, so that people, businesses and nature can flourish.
Our mission is to work with governments, industry and society to accelerate the global transition to a circular economy for all resources.
As an international not-for-profit organisation, registered in Belgium, our small global team is comprised of highly qualified experts across a range of disciplines, including policy, research, behavior change and communications.