EU: Drinks companies to comply with new recycling law
The European Union (EU) drinks industry will come under additional pressure to ensure its bottles and cans are recycled after the European Parliament approved a revamped waste prevention directive yesterday (June 17).
It insists that EU member states must by 2020 ensure that 50% of household waste materials, such as paper, metal or glass, are re-used or recycled.
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