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  • Friends of the Earth Europe (Netherlands)
    3 May 2017 Environmental organisation
    Friends of the Earth Europe (Netherlands)

    pls see full text in attach: 1. Full coherence across EU policies and initiatives, in particular the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: Measuring the externalities of our domestic policies, in this case the Circular Economy – this means fully aligning with all the SDGs and not just a few chosen ones, like SDG 12 on SCP and SDG 8 on sustained growth. For example, if we are to achieve SDGs 1 (no poverty) and 2 (zero hunger), our high...

  • EUROFER - The European Steel Association (Belgium)
    3 May 2017 Business association
    EUROFER - The European Steel Association (Belgium)

    The European steel industry has always been supportive of the initiative for transforming the European economy into a circular one and would like to comment on the roadmap on “Monitoring Framework for the Circular Economy”. Then, the steel sector wants to contribute to this exercise being a sector for which resource efficiency and circularity are key concepts. Moreover, steel is a material that can be endlessly recycled without losing its...

  • LightingEurope (Belgium)
    3 May 2017 Company/business organisation
    LightingEurope (Belgium)

    These comments are the result of ongoing discussions taking place at LightingEurope, the industry association that represents the lighting industry in Europe, around serviceability and reparability of lighting products. Lightingeurope’s members have a long experience in dealing with aspect related to the circular economy. The industry has a solid track record in the area of recycling, management of hazardous substances, improving efficiency...

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