A roundabout, not a one-way street


There is still a lot of work to be done on the circular economy at national and European level alike. Consumers have a key role to play, as do industry and, not least, policy-makers, as this latest issue of eco@work shows.

Our April issue, entitled “A roundabout, not a one-way street”, looks at national efforts and European strategies to move towards more sustainable waste management. We cast a glance at the new Secondary Resources Act – a working draft of the law was unveiled by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) in autumn 2015 – and the European Commission’s Circular Economy PackageAnd in our interview, Stéphane Arditi from the European Environmental Bureau tells us how a zero waste society can be achieved and how ecological design can make a contribution.

Read on for the latest issue of eco@work: “A roundabout, not a one-way street – Making sustainable waste management work”

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