European Commission mulls laws to push metal recycling
Apr 17, 2012 | 04:44 AM
The European Commission is considering the introduction of laws that would force European Union (EU) member states, consumers and producers to increase the amount of metal that is recycled and re-used from waste streams.
The aim would be to use these policy levers to force EU countries to meet new a tougher recycling rate targets that could be....
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