The Commission welcomes the political agreement reached last night between the European Parliament and the Council on waste shipments.
The majority of Green City Accord cities will be able to report their baseline scenarios via the newly launched electronic platform.
Issue 611: Disposing of complex and cumbersome wind turbine blades at the end of their lives is a key challenge facing the renewable energy sector. Researchers now identify a form of chemical recycling as the most circular and low-carbon solution.
Circular economy: new recommendations for national authorities to increase the return of used and waste mobile phones, tablets and laptops
The Commission has adopted a set of policy recommendations for Member States to improve and incentivise the return of used and waste mobile phones, tablets, laptops and their chargers.
Commission consults citizens and stakeholders on the Directive on waste from electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE)
The European Commission has launched an online public consultation on the evaluation of the Directive on waste from electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE Directive) that will run until 22 September 2023.
The European Commission has launched an online public consultation on the evaluation of the Ship Recycling Regulation that will run until June 7, 2023.
Today the European Commission adopted the 10th edition of the European List of ship recycling facilities.
Green Deal: EU agrees new law on more sustainable and circular batteries to support EU's energy transition and competitive industry
The Commission welcomes the provisional political agreement reached between the European Parliament and the Council aiming to make all batteries placed on the EU market more sustainable, circular and safe.
Today, the Commission is proposing new EU-wide rules on packaging, to tackle this constantly growing source of waste and of consumer frustration.
E-waste: chemical processing without heat may offer efficient method of recovering metals from end-of-life products
Waste from disposed electrical products – e-waste – is one of the fastest growing solid waste streams.