This overview provides insight into the use of the disposal logos on packaging in various European countries. This makes it possible to see which logos are used in these countries, whether this is voluntary or mandatory and where you can find information on the regulations that apply in these countries.
Webcast The future of fibre-based packaging in a circular economy
From plastic to paper, that seems to be an easy step to make packaging more sustainable. This shift has been clearly visible for several years. Companies with sustainable packaging goals score a lot of goodwill with consumers. And because of its high recycling rate (90 per cent in the Netherlands and 92 per cent in Belgium), paper and cardboard packaging seem to make a major contribution to the circular packaging chain. But we should not close our eyes to the limitations and boundaries of fibre-based packaging.
The Dutch and Belgium systems for collecting and processing household packaging waste
The Netherlands and Belgium have their own systems for collecting and processing household packaging waste. At first sight, there seem to be major differences between the two countries. But if you take a closer look, you will discover many similarities.