Inadequate waste management

of uncontrolled municipal solid waste is generated in middle income countries.

The need for global controlled waste management

Controlled waste management is when waste is both collected and sent to an end-of-life process which includes recycling, composting, incineration, waste to energy, or disposed in a sanitary landfill.

Uncollected, burned, and littered waste in addition to collected waste that is sent to an open dumpsite, or a non-sanitary landfill is considered not controlled waste management.

Get the latest on the UN plastic treaty

Reloop will be tracking the progress of the negotiations and sending out email updates.

to top