Reloop France et Francophonie
Support French-speaking countries in the development of a circular packaging economy.
Led by Alexis Eisenberg, Reloop France and Francophonie promotes the environmental, economic and operational performance of packaging waste management in French-speaking countries, through:
- The principles of the circular economy;
- Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR);
- Deposit for reuse and recycling;
- The complementarity of collection systems;
- Technical data and analysis;
- Consultation with stakeholders.
Regularly consulted around the world, our research and analyzes contribute to the reflections and decisions of public, private and civil society actors in their commitments to the circularity of packaging, the reduction of litter and the fight against climate change.
Director, France et FrancophonieAbout Alexis
Alexis has more than ten years of professional experience in the circular economy sector and public policies for packaging. Before joining Reloop, Alexis acted as an advisor to the president for the Quebec Society for Recovery and Recycling (Recyc-Québec), attached to the Ministry of the Environment. In particular, he was involved for several years in government and industrial relations through the draft law on the modernization of deposits and selective collection. Alexis has also worked as a consultant specializing in strategy and sustainable development in the firms of Deloitte and Grant Thornton.
France et Francophonie covers the sub-regions:
- North Africa
- West Africa
Reloop France et Francophonie resources
Etude de l’impact d’une mise en place de la consigne pour recyclage sur les centres de tri existants en France et adaptés à la collecte sélective de tous les emballages
This report, prepared for Reloop by Amalur in November 2019, examines the impact on existing sorting facilities of setting up a deposit return system for packaging.