Here are the 6 promises made by the Belgian Food Industry.
Reusable, Recyclable, Compostable and Biodegradable Target
Only reusable, recyclable, compostable and biodegradable packaging will be put on the market by 2025. There’s no European definition for reusable, recyclable, compostable or biodegradable in 2019 according to Fevia. Read more
Drinks Packaging Recycling Target
They will collect and recycle 90% of all drink packaging sold on the Belgian market by 2022. 30% of all plastic bottles were collected separately and recycled in 2017. Read more
Selective Collection Target
They will double the separate collection of household waste outside homes by 2025 . 13.000 tonnes of PMC were collected in 2018. The target is to double that number to 26.000 t by 2025. Read more
Plastic Waste Recycling Target
They will recycle 65% of all household plastic waste put on the market by 2023. In 2017, the recycling rate in Belgium was around 39%.
Recycled Content Target
50 % recycled content will be used in PET drink packaging sold on the Belgian market by 2025. Read more
Litter Reduction Target
Following promises were made in the past:
A litter reduction promise was made for Flanders and Wallonia in 2015. It should be reduced by 20% in 2020 compared to 2014. In the Brussels region, the situation is very bad so no quantitate targets were set.
A specific target was set for packaging in 2018. It should be reduced by 50% by 2025. This point can only be made possible through repressions. Read more
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