Please don't hesitate to consult the official reports on waste prevention available in this section, they are there for you to use! This section will be regularly updated regularly with new content.
EWWR guide of good practices
The EWWR guide of good practices
compiles the best actions implemented during the three editions of the
European Week for Waste Reduction. More than 14000 actions were
implemented along the 3 years of the LIFE+ project, from which 45 have
been chosen, on the basis of the finalists designated by the EWWR jury
The No Junk-Mail label, which consists of a notice on a mailbox that marks you do not want to receive advertisements, has contributed to the reduction of household waste. For more control over the prevention of waste, the No Junk-Mail label must be a concerted, organized and perpetuated.
Waste prevention - towards sustainable development planning, ADEME supports you
Regarding Grenelle Environnement, as a plan on waste it sets a clear objective of reducing household waste and adopting new forms of waste management: - 7% per capita per year for five years.
The prevention (or reduction of waste) covers all stages of production and consumption of goods and products and community consumption, acting around two objectives: reduce the amount of waste and reduce its harmfulness.