2016. június 20.

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2016. május 31.
Waste consultancy Eunomia predicts that Northern Europe will have around 14 million tonnes of surplus residual waste treatment capacity by 2030
2016. május 07.
A delegation of MEPs and European parliamentary staff visited re-use facility in Strasbourg to see the benefits of re-use in the first hand.
2016. május 03.
Spain is the first country in the EU with recycling and re-use plan for household goods.
2016. április 25.
Destiny Watford wins 2016 Goldman Environmental Prize for cancelling the construction of trash incinerator in Baltimore.
2016. április 21.
Earth Day (22th April) is approaching and prepared a recycling guide for Budapest. By disposing their household waste in specified places, residents of Budapest can contribute to recycling.
2016. március 25.
According to Eurostat statistics on waste released on 22/03/16, each European generated 475 kg of waste in 2014, only 44% of this is being recycled or composted. The remaining 56% ended up landfilled (28%) or incinerated (27%).
2016. március 03.
On Wednesday 24 February, representatives of the city of Prelog and six surrounding municipalities signed the European “Zero Waste 2020” strategy at a conference in Prelog organised by NGO Zelena akcija / Friends of the Earth Croatia and the communal waste company PRE-KOM. In signing the strategy, the local authorities – which are already leaders in sustainable waste management in Croatia – have committed to meet the ambitious goal of 70% separately collected waste by 2020.
2016. február 24.
The German city of Hamburg has banned coffee pods from state-run buildings as part of an environmental drive to reduce waste. Should others follow suit, asks Chris Stokel-Walker.
2016. február 02.
The blue bin may be preferable to the trash can, but recycling still has a waste footprint – and it requires someone on the other side of the equation to use what you toss. A better goal is simply to have less stuff.