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  • France Nature Environnement (France)
    4 juin 2018 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)
    France Nature Environnement (France)

    La politique des produits est à la base d'une économie circulaire. D'abord il faut réduire drastiquement les composants toxiques dans les produits, pour des raisons de santé pendant leur phase d'utilisation et pour pouvoir recycler la matière. Les produits contenant des toxiques doivent avoir soit un marquage soit un "passeport". Ensuite, l'écoconception des produits doit mener à une durée de vie "illimitée" de certains produits qui sont...

  • VKI - Austrian Consumer Association (Austria)
    4 June 2018 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)
    VKI - Austrian Consumer Association (Austria)

    To whom it might concern In view of a policy framework, and especially regarding circular economy, a holistic approach it is crucial. It is beyond controversy that minimizing climate change, ozone depletion, acidification, eutrophication, resource use and others are important contributions on the way to circular economy. In addition to that the impacts from chemicals at various stages of products manufacture, use and end-of-life for human...

  • Detailhandel Nederland (Netherlands)
    4 June 2018 Business association
    Detailhandel Nederland (Netherlands)

    Detailhandel Nederland, the Dutch Retail Association, represents the collective social and economic interests of Dutch retailers. The Association welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Commission’s Roadmap 'Towards an EU Product Policy Framework contributing to the Circular Economy'. The Association represents the Dutch council for SME-retailers (MKB-Nederland), the Food Retail Association (Centraal Bureau Levensmiddelen), and the council...

  • ChemSec (Sweden)
    4 June 2018 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)
    ChemSec (Sweden)

    ChemSec welcomes the work the Commission is conducting on Circular Economy. However, we sense through the number of consultations and events that the important perspective of the progressive down stream users as well as the recyclers have not been given the appropriate space. Increasingly, downstream users are realising that hazardous substances mean exposing customers to a risk. Many companies see that trying to exclude hazardous substances...

  • FEVE European Container Glass Federation (Belgium)
    4 June 2018 Business association
    FEVE European Container Glass Federation (Belgium)

    FEVE welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Commission’s Roadmap on an EU Product Policy Framework contributing to the Circular Economy. We would like to highlight the specificity of food products and food packaging in the context of product policy. As fast-moving consumer goods, food & food packaging products are a very relevant category for the Commission’s further work on EU product policy. Indeed, food packaging must respond to two...

  • Stichting Changing Markets (Netherlands)
    4 June 2018 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)
    Stichting Changing Markets (Netherlands)

    We agree with the feedback by the European Environmental Bureau, which they have handed it (EEB proposals for a more coherent EU Product Policy Framework contributing to the Circular Economy). We have a few additions as that we have encountered as part of our campaigns, notably our campaign to increase circularity of the carpet sector. We have listed here some of their main points, followed by our additional input: An integrated policy...

  • The European Steel Association - EUROFER (Italy)
    4 June 2018 Business association
    The European Steel Association - EUROFER (Italy)

    The European steel industry welcomes the development of a coherent product policy framework that supports a circular economy and sustainability, giving full recognition to materials fit for circularity and supporting sustainable outcomes. We are at a critical stage in which EU product policy can be shaped to fully support the development of a more Circular Economy. It is therefore essential to have the right founding principles from the very...

  • MOL Hungarian Oil and Gas Company (MOL Group) (Hungary)
    4 June 2018 Company/business organisation
    MOL Hungarian Oil and Gas Company (MOL Group) (Hungary)

    We support the circular economy concept aiming at the use of much more circular products, to identify those products which could be reused, repaired and recycled. It is especially important to extend EU regulation to these products, due to the increasing amount of waste produced in the EU, such as waste tyres. Reuse of tyre rubber as raw material could be a good method to reduce the amount of waste. However, we agree that the methods how to...

  • Swedish Ministry of the Environment (Sweden)
    4 June 2018 Public authority
    Swedish Ministry of the Environment (Sweden)

    Consultation on a Roadmap towards an EU Product Policy Framework - input from the Swedish Government Offices • Sweden supports the ambition from the Commission to develop an EU Product Policy Framework and the aim to address that many products in use today are not designed or produced with circularity in mind. This concept was introduced already in the Communication with an Action Plan for a Circular Economy. • We appreciate the current focus...

  • FoodDrinkEurope (Belgium)
    4 June 2018 Business association
    FoodDrinkEurope (Belgium)

    FoodDrinkEurope represents Europe’s food and drink industry, Europe’s largest manufacturing sector in terms of turnover, employment and value added. Firstly in is relevant to highlight that Food and drink products are already covered or have been recently assessed under a large number of European Policies cited in the roadmap: • Product Environmental Footprint (PEF) and Organisation Environmental Footprint (OEF) pilots • Fitness check on the...

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