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Mercury dispute. An EU step in the right direction

The European Union has decided on dental amalgam: it has banned its use in children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. Mercury still remains Unfortunately, mercury will be with us for years to come. But there will be much less of it. Much now depends on the individual EU Member States. It remains to be seen whether the health of their citizens is important to them. For the time being, the European Union has banned the use of amalgam in those most exposed to toxic heavy metals - children, pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers.Hanna Schudy Decisions at EU level European civil society influenced in early December a preliminary agreement between the European Parliament, the European Commission and the Council of the Union...
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Germany is one of the leading countries in terms of waste recycling

More and more waste is being recycled in Poland. However, there is still a long way to go if we want to be like our western neighbours, who have led the way among European countries in terms of waste processing for a good few years now. Want to take your waste to be recycled in Germany? Contact us for the relevant permit: e.nadolna@ekologistyka24.pl , +48 881 045 376j.blazewicz@ekologistyka24.pl , +48 500 867 153 When talking about Germans, associations with orderliness, thoroughness and conscientiousness immediately come to mind (historical connotations omitted). In the 1980s, hardly anyone living on the west side of the Oder River thought to separate waste, let alone recycle it. However, when they realised ...
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China wants to ban the import of waste paper and other waste materials

The world's recycling media is in an uproar. The Chinese government contacted the World Trade Organisation (WTO) a few days ago and it looks like what was previously only speculation has become a reality - China wants to ban the import of waste paper. What was the reason for this and what can we expect in the near future and, above all, how will this affect the market? There are indications that the ban would apply from the end of this year and would cover not only recovered paper, but also certain textiles, metal waste and plastics. Officials reassure that, as far as paper is concerned, this does not involve a total ban on transport to ...
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