Our policy recommendations for the PPWR highlight the urgent need to address the environmental impact of single-use glass packaging.
Reloop and ZWE release guidelines for legislating MWS in the context of the Renewable Energy Directive
This policy briefing by Reloop and Zero Waste Europe provides guidelines for legislating mixed waste sorting (MWS) in the context of the Renewable Energy Directive (RED).
Mixed Waste Sorting: The next frontier for the circular economy.” conference will take place on March 21, 2023, in Brussels, Belgium, from 9 AM to 4 PM CET.
Reloop pulled together a coalition in EU which supports the overall direction and ambition of the Commission´s Packaging and Packaging Waste Regulation proposal.
Reloop commissioned Dr Dominic Hogg to prepare a report that provides a clear and compelling case for mandatory mixed waste sorting in the EU.
We hear from Reloop CEO Clarissa Morawski who takes us through some of the unanswered questions and outstanding issues in digital DRS.
Global Media Release: Landmark global report: The world is awash with drinks container wastage but the data shows the solution.
Our report draws on data from 93 countries to establish the decline in refillable drinks containers over the past 20 years, and the extent to which refillables and deposit return systems can reduce the number of glass bottles, PET plastic bottles and metal cans wasted.
Reloop data shows that more than 140 billion empty drinks containers – glass bottles, PET plastic bottles and metal cans – were wasted across the United States in 2019.
Our report examines trends in sales, collection and wastage of drinks containers, where wastage is defined as containers ending up in landfill, incineration, or in the environment.
Menstrual products generate extraordinary amounts of waste. It has been estimated that an average woman disposes approximately 150 kilograms of tampons, pads, and applicators in her lifetime, around 90% of which is plastic.