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EU organises Global Beach Clean-up

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The European Commission and the International Merchandising Promotions & Services (IMPS), the owners of The Smurfs, are today signing an agreement for the use of Smurf images in the promotion of the 2019 EU’s Global Beach Clean-up campaign. Read more

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The target placed on PET beverage bottles is arguably the most ambitious of those in the proposal.

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EU proposals to introduce a 90 per cent collection target for PET beverage bottles by 2029 are unlikely to be met without significant investment in infrastructure and waste management collection, according to Wood Mackenzie Chemicals. Read more

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The event allowed the European plastics industry and value chain to present their commitments and pledges for a more sustainable plastics industry. Read more

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  • EU organises Global Beach Clean-up

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    EU organises Global Beach Clean-up

  • The target placed on PET beverage bottles is arguably the most ambitious of those in the proposal.

    via Shutterstock

    The target placed on PET beverage bottles is arguably the most ambitious of those in the proposal.

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