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The theme for Global Recycling Day 2019 has been announced - Recycling Into the Future!
Looking to find out how you can be involved in Global Recycling Day 2019? Contact us at info@globalrecycingday.com
We are starting a global movement with the formation of the Global Recycling Foundation. Check out our media page for more information
The theme for Global Recycling Day 2019 has been announced - Recycling Into the Future!
Looking to find out how you can be involved in Global Recycling Day 2019? Contact us at info@globalrecycingday.com
We are starting a global movement with the formation of the Global Recycling Foundation. Check out our media page for more information

About Global Recycling Day

Every year, the earth yields billions of tons of natural resources to transform into consumables. At some point, there will be nothing left. That’s why we must, as a planet, think again about what we throw away – seeing not waste, but opportunity.

 

Global Recycling Day was created in 2018 to help recognize, and celebrate, the importance recycling plays in preserving our precious primary resources and securing the future of our planet.  It is a Day for the world to come together, and put the planet first.

 

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It's hugely encouraging that the #recycling rate of #plastic packaging in the EU almost doubled to 42% in 2016, up from 24% in 2005. And recent news reveals that Lithuania tops EU states with a rate of 74% of packaging recycling - well done Lithuania! https://t.co/UPBMteq0pL

More amazing #recycling news from Canada where the government has set its sights on reducing the amount of #waste sent to landfills by 50% by the year 2040 https://t.co/G4kNztzyrA

Have a listen to Joe Franses, VP sustainability for @CocaColaEP, explain the value in its packaging, and why his marketing colleagues now have #recycling messages in their advertising https://t.co/xcSKwPqjYO