CEWEP e.V. CEWEP Celebrates 15th Anniversary with a New President!
Today, in its annual General Assembly CEWEP elected a new President, Mr Paul De Bruycker, representing CEWEP’s Belgian member, Belgian Waste-to-Energy (BW2E). Mr De Bruycker replaces Ferdinand Kleppmann, the founder of CEWEP and President of more than 15 years who takes a well-deserved retirement.
European Week of Waste Reduction European Week for Waste Reduction (EWWR)
The European Week for Waste Reduction (EWWR) is an initiative aiming to promote the implementation of awareness-raising actions about sustainable resource and waste management during a single week. It encourages a wide range of audiences (public authorities, private companies, civil society as well as citizens themselves) to get involved.
Market Study: Bags and Sacks - EuropeMarket Study: Bags and Sacks - Europe by Ceresana:
According to the market study, “ Bags and Sacks—Europe ” from Ceresana the popular issue of lightweight carrier bags is seeing the first consequence of the EU Plastic Bags Directive.
CEWEP e.V. CEWEP welcomes a new member from UK
The Confederation welcomes the North London Waste Authority as a new member.
Scottish Resources Conference: global experts gather to shape circular economy action
More than 400 delegates intent on shaping a more prosperous, sustainable future will be meeting in Scotland this September for the country’s premier circular economy event.
REDWAVE ROWE Nuremberg opens new paper sorting plant
The REDWAVE Process Monitoring and Control System (PMCS) allows maximum automation of systems as well as optimisation of the entire sorting process
The 193 Member States of the United Nations unanimously agreed to a set of measures that will begin the reversal of the decline of the ocean’s health as the five-day Ocean Conference concluded today. The outcome document, together with more than 1,300 commitments to action, marks a breakthrough in the global approach to the management and conservation of the ocean.
THEOCEANCLEANUP First Estimate to Quantify Global Plastic Input from Rivers into Oceans
Rivers annually emit between 1.15 and 2.41 million metric tons of plastic to the oceans.