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New EU Commission plastic waste policy

New EU Commission plastic waste policy

EU Commission plastic waste policy and plastic waste bans plans  Published 28th May 2018   In an effort to reduce marine litter, the European Commission, the EU’s legislative body, proposed new rules Monday banning 10 single-use plastics. In addition to requiring the listed products to be produced using sustainable materials, the new rules will set […]

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EU – plasticni proizvodi uskoro proslost

EU – plasticni proizvodi uskoro proslost

Evropska komisija napravila korak naprijed ka smanjenju plastike za jednokratnu upotrebu – ali to je samo početak IZJAVA ZA JAVNOST: Brisel, 28.5.2018 Evropska komisija je napravila korak naprijed u suzbijanju zagađenja plastikom novim zakonima za smanjenje plastike za jednokratnu upotrebu. U ime Rethink Plastic [1], Sarah Baulch iz Agencije za istraživanje životne sredine kaže: “Komisija […]

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Zero Waste Critical Mass Event

Zero Waste Critical Mass Event

    On the 29th of September, Zero Waste Montenegro co-organized in collaboration with Biciklo.me a critical mass event that gather cyclists in Podgorica once a month. The theme of this Critical Mass event is Zero Waste and brought the cyclist to one of the 5 recycling yards of Podgorica. All participants were encouraged to […]

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What got me into trash

What got me into trash

  My interest for waste started 13 years ago in Cambodia. I was volunteering there in the AIDS prevention sector and got asked to help one day with the kids working on the dumpsite near Phnom Penh. I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw all those young kids working 10 hours a day bare […]

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You think your plastic bags is biodegrad...

You think your plastic bags is biodegradable? Think twice …

Biodegradable plastic [1]  products are often perceived as a potential solution to plastic littering and have attracted increasing public attention. According the Green Paper on a European Strategy on Plastic Waste published by the European Commission, the term “biodegradable” itself may be misunderstood by customers.   The large majority of biodegradable plastics can only biodegrade […]

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