Un nuevo estudio encargado por Zero Waste Europe a Eunomia Research & Consulting demuestra que la tasa real de reciclaje de los bricks para bebidas en cuatro países europeos está muy por debajo de lo que se está publicando actualmente.More
The EU must take action on toxic chemicals in food packaging! Plastic is not only harming the environment but is also endangering human health. Plastics present in food packaging contain hazardous chemicals, including endocrine disrupting chemicals, which leak into our food, and make their way into our bodies. These chemicals can be, and must be […]More
Manila, Philippines – The Coca-Cola Company, PepsiCo and Nestlé are ranked as the world’s top plastic polluters for the 3rd consecutive year according to Break Free From Plastic‘s report “BRANDED Vol III: Demanding Corporate Accountability for Plastic Pollution” released today, during a virtual press conference. This year, Break Free From Plastic’s brand audit — an […]More
7th of December 2020 Zero Waste Europe, the University of Utrecht and Reloop we released a report highlighting that reusable packaging – such as bottles, crates, jars and others – produce far fewer carbon emissions than their single-use counterparts. The findings of the report include: 💥 Reusable glass bottles produce 85% fewer carbon emissions than […]More
Avui, la Fundació Rezero ha presentat la campanya Nou Període, per una menstruació lliure també de residus , que compta amb el suport de la Conselleria de Medi Ambient i Territori.
L’acte ha estat conduit per Roser Badia, coordinadora de Rezero a Balears i amb la intervenció del Dir. Gral. de Residus, Sebastià Sansó.
NoTimeToWaste – ResiduoCero La nueva Ley de Residuos es una oportunidad única frente a la emergencia climática y a la crisis de residuos que vivimos en el Estado español. La Alianza Residuo Cero organiza cuatro mesas de debate para discutir, conocer y acordar cuáles deben ser los puntos clave hacia el nuevo modelo de economía […]More
Using an object instead of owning it is practical, easy and cheap. The first Library of Things in Catalonia, a pioneering project of social and environmental economy, opened in January of this year and has become a benchmark in the District and at the same time in other municipalities and neighborhoods of Barcelona that also […]More
Report ” Reusable masks: protecting health and the environment“ Rezero, 2020 The Covid-19 pandemic will leave us with many images, some very painful and others full of hope and solidarity. But if there is an object that can serve as an identification of this period, it is the masks. After the first months full of […]More
According to an estimate made by the Barcelona Metropolitan Area, the tourist activity of the city is responsible for 8% of the total waste generated. To address this situation, Rezero launches today the Zero Waste BCN Tour campaign to encourage people visiting the city to not produce waste during their stay, and thus bring them […]More
COVID-19 is causing a serious lack of control in the urban waste management as, among other things, manual separation has been stopped in sorting plants. The industry is already pushing to delay the transposition of legislation limiting single-use plastics. The European Commission calls on the Member States not to lower their recycling rates and opt […]More
Plastic gloves and disposable masks are probably one of the images that will remain in our minds when we think about the health crisis we are experiencing. Why are we using disposable gloves? We are facing a still unknown disease with a highly contagious capacity and, as citizens, the only measures we can take are […]More
After the first month of the health crisis caused by Covid19 and trying to manage as a society the emotional shaking and human pain that this pandemic is causing, we begin to have quantitative evidence of its impact on waste generation. According to production and selective collection data published by the Barcelona Metropolitan Area, the […]More