EU agreement will 'strengthen Europe's waste hierarchy'(Ⅰ)
Feb. 11, 2018
Europe: The European Parliament, the Council of Ministers and the European
Commission have reached a political agreement on revising EU waste processing
legislation that 'will strengthen Europe's waste hierarchy by placing
prevention, reuse and recycling clearly above landfilling and incineration',
according to Karmenu Vella, the European commissioner in charge of environment,
maritime affairs and fisheries.
The Commission is happy to have pushed the European Parliament and member
states to agree on reducing landfill and includes specific targets for recycling
packaging materials,' he explains. 'The 2030 target for plastic packaging will
contribute to reducing marine pollution and to achieving Europe's commitments
under the UN Sustainable Development Goals.'
Although some of the details have yet to emerge, a 2025 target of 55%
municipal waste recycling is envisaged, to be followed by 60% for 2030 and 65%
for 2035. Originally, the target had been 65% as early as 2030.
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