In 2022 new regulations that regulate the reuse of packaging when buying food products were applied. A key aspect is the exemption from liability of businesses in the face of possible poisoning. — 2022 was a good year for the extension of the practice of reusing packaging. Three new regulations protect the use of reusable […]More
New regulations extend the extended responsibility of producers and introduce fees to incentivize waste prevention. The response of certain industrial sectors demonstrates a lack of will to innovate to transform the production and distribution model. Little by little, the laws have begun to involve the business sectors in paying the costs of managing the municipal […]More
Enviromentalist, economic, feminist and health colectives have been summon in front of Woman Hospital and Child Hospital for a reason. They demand the governs the prohibition of toxic substances in menstrual products and require the companies to inform about their composition. They have demonstrated the number of toxics that menstrual products contain through the stage […]More
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
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
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
Rezero has taken part in the Ministry of Finance’s public consultation on the introduction of a tax levied on single-use plastic articles intended to contain or protect food goods or products. Rezero supports the Spanish Government’s initiative and suggests several measures for a correct implementation. • Expand the tax to cover all single-use containers and […]More
We have been working for a couple of months on the Manacor Municipal Waste Prevention Plan. The Prevention Plan is a transformative instrument that allows defining, structuring and scheduling actions to prioritize waste prevention at the municipal level. With more than 42,000 inhabitants, Manacor is a city in Mallorca that generates more than 25,000 tons […]More
On March 4th the Plenary of the Parliament of Catalunya passed the first Law on the prevention of food losses and food waste with all votes in favour. Its application can make it a benchmark law in Europe. According to 2010 data, food waste in homes, retail stores and restaurants in Catalunya was of 262,471 […]More