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Regions for Recycling (R4R) is a 3-year European project (2012-2014) aiming to enable its partners to improve their recycling performance through consistent comparisons and an exchange of good practices.

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  • EEA report stresses that Europe remains far from a circular economy

    EEA report stresses that Europe remains far from a circular economy

    According to the “State and outlook 2015” report of the European Environment Agency (EEA), “waste management is improving but Europe remains far from a circular economy”.

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  • R4R report analyses collection and recycling good practices

    R4R report analyses collection and recycling good practices 

    R4R partners recently published a report analysing 40 identified good practices. For each group of good practices, the main elements are combined with data from the R4R online tool.

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  • Bio-waste selective collection tested in Brussels

    Bio-waste selective collection tested in Brussels

    For 15 months, More than 1500 households have been testing selective collection of bio-waste in two municipalities of the Brussels-Capital Region. Over 200 tonnes have been collected so far.

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  • Lipor sorting plant was restructured

    Lipor sorting plant was restructured

    With a capacity to process up to 50,000 tonnes of waste per year, Lipor's sorting platforms receive all types of materials for recycling.

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  • repair cafe

    3 Repair Cafes for residents of the Southern Waste Region

    A series of 3 repair cafes are underway in the South Waste Region of Ireland and these waste prevention/reuse events are aimed at raising awareness and ability amongst communities to relearn basic skills so old or broken items can be given a new lease of life.

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