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China notified the World Trade Organization that it would ban imports of 24 categories of solid waste by the end of 2017, as part of its campaign against yang laji or “foreign garbage.” While there is still a lot of ambiguity surrounding the exact specifications of what will be banned, one thing is for certain: China will be accepting a lot less material.

Reloop News - Deposit Return

Reloop and CM Consulting have produced a series of fact sheets to help promote understanding of the some of the various aspects of deposit return.

Reloop News - Deposit Return

In this series of eight short videos, Reloop provides answers to some of the most frequently asked questions (FAQ) about deposit return schemes.

Reloop News - Reuse

According to a recent Ellen MacArthur Foundation report, at least 20 percent of plastic packaging could be profitably reused. Given this vast potential, it makes sense that the EU is giving consideration to reuse in its new Circular Economy Package (CEP).

Reloop News - Deposit Return

To help explain how deposit-systems actually work, Reloop has put together two short animation films.

Reloop News - Packaging

Since the European Commission unveiled its Circular Economy (CE) package last December, there has been significant discussion around the proposed legislation. And perhaps the most vexed topic to date has been how best to calculate recycling rates in the EU and whether to include reuse activities in that determination.

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