FEAD Press release
Jean-Marc BOURSIER appointed as new FEAD President
FEAD Biennial Conference: Driving Circularity in Europe’s Industries
At its General Assembly on 21 June 2017 in Paris, FEAD appointed Jean-Marc Boursier as its new President taking over from David Palmer-Jones who successfully chaired the European Federation of waste and resource management for three years during an exciting period revising the Circular Economy Package. Read the full press release here
FEAD position paper on the revised Commission proposal on Circular Economy
The FEAD position paper sets out our vision of how the resource management industry can play its full part in achieving a more sustainable and prosperous European economy, given the right policy framework and regulatory and economic instruments.
The position paper is available for download here
FEAD Press Release - November 2017
FEAD calls for EU-wide mandatory GPP criteria for plastic products
FEAD members welcome the non-legislative Public Procurement Package : “Increasing the impact of public investment through efficient and professional procurement” and support the Commission’s continued efforts to ensure that the public procurement rules are properly implemented across the internal market. FEAD believes that public procurement, and in particular GPP–green public procurement, is one of the tools that can contribute to the transition from a linear to a circular economy.
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FEAD opinion pieces on Circular Economy
FEAD published a series of opinion pieces in view of the new legislative proposal on Circular Economy.
FEAD Press Release - October 2017
Opening the EU market to organic fertilisers: a step further in the right direction of a circular economy
On 24 October, the European Parliament adopted its final position on the CE marked fertilising products Regulation. FEAD welcomes the decision of the European Parliament to maintain the limit value for lead as proposed by the European Commission (120 mg/kg dry matter). Our members consider that the opening of the EU market to organic fertilisers is a further step in a transition to a circular economy.
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