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BeST comments on Waste Framework Directive

On 16 August, BeST submitted comments to the revision of the Waste Framework Directive, which establishes waste prevention and management principles based on the five-step “waste hierarchy” and provides minimum rules on separate collection and waste management performance targets for several waste streams.

BeST provided comments for the following key topics:

  • Definition of waste and harmonisation

  • Hazardous materials

  • Holistic approach

  • Flexible solutions

  • Feasible targets

To access BeST’s position paper, download the pdf file below:

BeST Position Paper - Waste Framework Directive
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