We are delighted to announce a new webinar series that RSK will be hosting with leading law firm, Ashurst, and leading sustainability consultancy, Sancroft.
The EIB has been selected as the runner-up in the “Investor” category of The Circulars 2019, the world’s premier circular economy award program organized by the World Economic Forum and the Forum of Young Global Leaders.
A CAFE on the Costa Blanca has become the ‘first in Spain’ to completely ban single-use takeaway cups. Caffe Milano, in Javea, enforced the ban last month and now offers customers the choice to either buy or rent a reusable cup – or bring their own.
Governments and public agencies are increasingly partnering with the private sector in the fight against climate change…
The global plastic recycling sector will be worth around US$ 45.5 billion this year, new market data reveals. The figure is expected to exceed US$ 65 billion by 2026, representing a compound annual growth rate of 7.5% during the forecast period. On a global scale, the Asia Pacific region is anticipated to lead the plastics recycling market, says a new report by Research & Markets. This is mainly thanks to rapid industrialisation and the importance of waste management in countries like China, Japan, and India. Other factors include a surge in automotive and textile production as well as a big appetite for plastics in the construction industry. By material, polyethylene terephthalate (PET) is believed to be the fastest-growing segment in the years to come. ‘It is cost-efficient in terms of its recycling process, has high flexibility, which makes it suitable for use in various industries ranging from packaging, textiles and plastic film, to moulded parts for cars and electronics,’ market analysts state.