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PlasticsEurope calls for 30% mandatory recycled content


PlasticsEurope, the pan- European association representing polymer producers, says there should be a mandatory EU recycled content target for plastics packaging of 30% by 2030. It said in an announce-


ment: “We welcome the revision of the Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive, EU legislation that is key to the transition to a circular economy for plastics. European plastics producers support the European Commission’s proposal for a mandatory EU recycled content target


planned investments in this vital technology and infrastructure range from €2.6bn by 2025 to €7.2bn by 2030 in Europe.” To meet the 30% target, it


for plastics packaging, and are today calling for a target of 30% for plastics packag- ing by 2030.” PlasticsEurope is backing


mandatory recycled content in packaging in support of polymer producers that have


started chemical recycling projects to reprocess mixed plastics waste. It said: “Ramping up chemical recycling is essential to achieve such a mandatory target. For example, our members’


recommends major changes including eco-design innovation and new infra- structure. “We must also ensure recycled content is derived from all ‘waste mate- rials’ through a technology- neutral approach that includes both mechanical and chemical recycling, with a credible mass balance framework,” it said. � www.plasticseurope.org


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