A report has looked at recycling arcoss of the member states and has been forced ot issue warning to 14 nations who are in danger of missing the EU targets. That list includes Malta, Greece, and Cyrpus who are currently only recycling 20% of their waste compared to the targe of 50%.
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Malta is Europe's worst recycler, only 6.7% of all waste in malta despite there being a push towards better waste management, to put it in context the average in Europe is 45%. The Environment Minister said that recycling would become compulsory under new waste legislation that is currently being drafted.
We were recently approached to see if we would like to put together a study on recycling rates across Europe. We were delighted to be asked and used information that had been compiled by the relevant environment agency of each country along with some of our own research to follow on from this. Below you will find the press release that has achieved national and international press coverage.
Recyclingbins.co.uk has produced an infographic showing municipal solid waste (msw) rates within Europe and the USA. With the European Environment Agency already stating that many countries in Europe will fail to reach the European directive of recycling at least 50% by 2020, it is important that Britain continues the trend over the last 10 years of having the fastest growing recycling rate in Europe.
Bristol has been named Europe’s sixth greenest city by a recent study. How do we know that the data in this study is reliable? Because it's ours!