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10 Priorities to Transform EU Waste Policy

10 Priorities to Transform EU Waste Policy

Who we are

RREUSE represents social enterprises active in re-use, repair and recycling.  We want the EU and national governments to move from promoting just recycling and waste management to putting secondhand first.

Re-use targets

We are asking the European Commission to promote re-use targets above recycling in the revised Circular Economy Package. More…

Better design

Smart legislation to boost the durability and repairability of products is critical to environmental protection. More…

Approved re-use centres

Thousands of green jobs can be created through developing re-use centres and networks. More…

Supporting social enterprise

Many re-use centres in Europe employ thousands of people traditionally at risk of socio-economic exclusion. More…

Latest News

RREUSE feedback on the New Circular Economy Action Plan

  •  21/1/2020

RREUSE welcomes the roadmap on a New Circular Economy Action Plan and supports the…

RREUSE welcomes the Croatian Presidency of the Council of the European Union

  •  16/1/2020

On the 1st January 2020, Croatia began its six-month presidency of…

Our Members

  • Tramel
  • Ressources
  • Dobrote z.b.o
  • AERESS
  • RECOSI
  • Association Citizens “Hands”
  • Envie
  • Klimax Plus
  • Emmaüs France
  • ReuseNYC
  • Macken
  • Kierrätyskeskus Oy
  • Emmaüs Europe
  • Komosie
  • Cooperativa Sociale Insieme
  • Rehab Recycle
  • Community Recycling Network for Scotland
  • Orius
  • EKON
  • Community Reuse Network
  • Ateliere Fără Frontiere
  • Branchevereniging Kringloopbedrijven Nederland
  • RepaNet
  • Humana Nova
  • Ecological Recycling Society
  • Reuseful UK
  • Humusz Szövetség
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About us

RREUSE represents social enterprises active in reuse, repair and recycling. We want the EU and national governments to move from promoting just recycling and waste management to putting secondhand first.

Our priorities

Reuse targets

We are asking the European Commission to promote reuse targets above recycling in the revised Circular Economy Package. More…

Better design

Smart legislation to boost the durability and repairability of products is critical to environmental protection. More…

Approved reuse centres

Thousands of green jobs can be created through developing reuse centres and networks. More…

Supporting social enterprise

Many reuse centres in Europe employ thousands of people traditionally at risk of socio-economic exclusion. More…

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Our members employ people at risk of socio-economic exclusion and help bring them back into work.

In addition they bring products back to the market at affordable prices providing essential household items to low income groups.

Approximately 95,000 employees, trainees and volunteers are engaged in the activities of its 27 members across 25 European countries and the USA.

The main activities of our members include

  • collection, sorting and redistribution of used textiles and clothing
  • collection, repair and reuse of electrical and electronic waste (WEEE), furniture and other bulky waste
  • home and community composting projects
  • charity and second hand shops
  • collection and recycling of paper, cardboard, wood, plastics, paints, metals, books and toys
  • awareness raising campaigns, international projects, exchange of best practice and business support

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Events

3rd International Conference on the Role of Social & Solidarity Enterprises in the Circular Economy | 6 – 8 November 2019

3rd International Conference on the Role of Social & Solidarity Enterprises in the Circular Economy | 6 – 8 November 2019

• Para la versión en Castellano hacer clic aquí • • Euskarazko bertsioa lortzeko sakatu honako botoia • • Pour la version française, cliquez ici • 3rd International Conference on the Role of Social & Solidarity Enterprises in the Circular Economy • 6 – 8 November 2019 Berriozar (Pamplona) | Spain RREUSE, the European network of social enterprises active in re-use, repair and recycling, is delighted to invite you to its […]

How to make the most out of bio-waste

How to make the most out of bio-waste

BIOHEC LIFE Workshop: How to make the most out of bio-waste 27 May 2019 Aula Magna, Regione Emilia Romagna Viale Aldo Moro, 30 40127 Bologna, Italy Register here Download the agenda in English here | Scarica l’invito e il programma qui   RREUSE is delighted to invite you to a workshop organised in the framework of the BIOHEC LIFE project to exchange about the potential of bio-waste in the Emilia […]

Developing partnerships for e-waste prevention, preparing for re-use and recycling

Developing partnerships for e-waste prevention, preparing for re-use and recycling

ReWEEE Workshop: Developing partnerships for e-waste prevention, preparing for re-use and recycling 15 May 2019 Warsaw, Poland   Aby przeczytać program po Polsku kliknij tutaj Download the agenda in English here  Register here   We are an official EU Green Week Partner Event!   RREUSE, the European network of social enterprises involved in repair, re-use and recycling activities invites you to a workshop on developing partnerships to improve the management of […]

RREUSE workshop at the 2019 Circular Economy Stakeholder Conference

RREUSE workshop at the 2019 Circular Economy Stakeholder Conference

The European Commission and the European Economic and Social Committee will host the 2019 European Circular Economy Stakeholder Conference on 6 and 7 March in Brussels.  RREUSE is hosting a workshop on ‘Tools for Measuring the Circular Economy transition’ on 7th March at 11:00. We will be also present in the ‘Networking village’ at 12:30, talking about partnerships with social enterprises. The 2019 conference will build on the success of […]

RREUSE workshop at the World Resources Forum 2019

RREUSE workshop at the World Resources Forum 2019

RREUSE together with its member KOMOSIE, are hosting a workshop on the importance of binding targets in supporting the transition to an inclusive circular economy at the World Resources Forum in Antwerp on 25th February. Workshop: Setting binding targets to diminish waste and increase re-use as leverage to accelerate changes towards circular economy In this workshop, we will look into the usefulness of binding targets in order to concretely implement […]

2nd International RREUSE conference | 22 – 23 November 2018

2nd International RREUSE conference | 22 – 23 November 2018

  2nd International RREUSE conference: Making the circular economy attractive, convenient and inclusive   22 – 23 November 2018 Nijmegen, Netherlands   How was it? Read the summary article here   Encouraging citizens, companies and governments to think second-hand first is not easy. We all want to move towards a circular economy but is it possible without changing our behaviour? Can awareness about the social and environmental value of re-use […]

RREUSE at the international forum on public procurement ECOPROCURA 2018

RREUSE at the international forum on public procurement ECOPROCURA 2018

3 – 5 October 2018 Nijmegen, Netherlands   RREUSE will be facilitating a workshop on supporting social enterprises through public procurement at the international conference gathering experts on on sustainable, circular and innovative procurement ECOPROCURA 2018. On 4th October we will talk about the use of social clauses in public tenders during the session on ‘supporting local economies and communities through social procurement’. After presenting RREUSE’s members’ experience with social […]

Developing partnerships for WEEE prevention and preparing for re-use

Developing partnerships for WEEE prevention and preparing for re-use

ReWEEE Workshop: Developing partnerships for WEEE prevention and preparing for re-use 24 & 25 September 2018 Ljubljana, Slovenia   Download the agenda here   RREUSE is delighted to invite you to a workshop organised in the framework of the ReWEEE project, financed through the European Life + fund, to talk about the opportunities offered by the re-use of Waste Electric and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) in Europe. The ReWeee Project aims […]

Management of used cooking oils and food waste in Greece

Management of used cooking oils and food waste in Greece

BIOHEC LIFE Workshop: Management of used cooking oils and food waste in Greece 29 June 2018 Athens, Greece Opportunities offered through the collection of used cooking oil to produce advanced biodiesel were discussed during a workshop organised by RREUSE in the framework of the Biohec Life project at Harokopio University of Athens on 29th June 2018. With its experience in the local, social and eco-friendly collection and transformation of used […]

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Projects

2LIFES (Interreg Europe)
08/2019 – 01/2023
The Interreg project 2LIFES will serve as an instrument to help boost re-use through public policies. Unlike previous waste prevention projects, 2LIFES focuses exclusively on re-use and more specifically on re-use activities promoted by public administrations – something pending as it is usually promoted by the third sector.

SUBTRACT (Interreg Europe)
08/2019 – 01/2023
The Interreg project SUBRACT aims to identify the conditions for re-use centres to become economically, socially and environmentally sustainable (whilst reducing the quantities sent to landfill). SUBTRACT will provide policymakers with concrete indications on how to enhance economic sustainability and competitiveness of re-use centres as SMEs. SUBTRACT will improve the know-how on traceability and on access to the waste streams to sort out potentially reusable goods and materials. SUBTRACT will identify ways of increasing the visibility of re-use centres and approachable for citizens, be it for the supply be it for the demand of reusable goods.

SURFACE (Interreg Central Europe)
07/2017 – 06/2020
SURFACE aims to improve environmental management and quality of life in urban areas through promoting re-use. The project will identify and establish re-use oriented services in the pilot regions and connect them in ‘Smart Re-use Parks’ that will be integrated into local waste prevention and waste management strategies. Concrete pilot activities will be carried out in Austria, Italy, Germany, Poland and Hungary. In Slovenia, Croatia and the Czech Republic feasibility studies and policy recommendations will be delivered. SURFACE involves partners with different starting positions and will support mutual learning, innovation and spreading of know-how to further regions.

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BIOHEC-LIFE
12/2016 – 12/2019
BIOHEC-LIFE aims to produce competively-priced advanced biofuels derived from used cooking oils. This technical progress wilBiohec logol provide locally-produced biofuel to the French local authorities’ public transport fleets. The economic, social and environmental model of the production chain will be assessed in the city of Lille and Nord-Pas-de-Calais-Picardie region, and replicated in further French and European territories. The project is led by a social enterprise GECCO that is active in collection and recycling of used cooking oil.

RENEW2020 (Erasmus+)
09/2016 – 03/2018
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The project promotes and supports the development of specific and professional skills of Youth in the Green Economy and Up-cycling sector, creating a strategic partnership between European organizations with specific expertise in the field of youth training, auto-entrepreneurship, design creativity and waste management.

Project website I RENEW2020 on Facebook I RENEW2020 on Twitter

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ReWEEE (LIFE+)
01/2016 – 06/2019
The ReWeee Project aims to prevent the creation of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). In order to achieve this objective, two WEEE sorting and re-use centers will operate for the first time in Greece, in the wider area of Athens and Thessaloniki. The core activity of those centers is the collection, the storage and the sorting of WEEE depending on their condition and then their preparation for reuse or treatment.

Project website I ReWEEE on Facebook I ReWEEE on Twitter

LAWPreT (Erasmus+)
09/2014 – 08/2016
LAWPreT is a project which seeks to provide waste prevention training to local authority employees in Greece, Cyprus and Slovenia. Key Action are cooperation and innovation for Good Practices.

Sifor (Lifelong Learning Programme)
10/2012 – 09/2014
The aim of the project is to transfer to and disseminate in Italy and possibly in other partner countries, an innovative training system designed in France for the development of a new job profile, the so-called “Waste valorisator” within the broad context of social economy. The Valorisator should be an expert in the waste prevention/management/recycling/reuse chain, able to select items/materials that can be recovered and reused, before becoming waste, and to start all the processes needed to revitalize and relocate them on the market.

LOWaste (LIFE+)
09/2011 – 06/2014
The project will develop a local waste market in Ferrara for second-life products with the direct engagement of the local community, in particular social cooperatives already active in this field, public bodies, local businesses and citizens.

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QualiProSecondHand (Leonardo)
Stage I 2006 – 2008/ Stage II 2009 – 2011
Two-part project aims to fully investigate the second hand sector with the support of vocational educational research instruments by way of detailed sector analysis, case studies and expert workshops. The main focus of the first stage was to analyse the specific requirements of people engaged in the sector. The second stage focused on the identification of parameters to promote the professionalisation of the sector, best practice solutions and the analysis of existing network and operating structures.

The Qualiti-ES project
What is quality management in the social economy? What is its importance? What is particular to quality management when applied in the social economy? The terms quality and quality management cover a broad range of domains. Is our product good? What is the effect of our production on the environment? Our employees, are they satisfied and motivated? Do we have a professional overall management? On the basis of these questions and convinced of the importance of quality management, RREUSE decided to make made an inventory of the quality systems in use with its members, why these are used and what the effects are.

Recycle-SET (Leonardo)
Recycle-SET project focused on facilitating adaptability, encouraging entrepreneurial approaches and enabling sustainability in recycling social enterprises through the development of three specific modular training programmes that focused on developing competencies for managers of social enterprises. The three training subjects were textiles, WEEE and social aspects.

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The team

Michal LenDIRECTOR

Michal Len

michal.len@rreuse.org

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  • POLISH
  • FRENCH
Mathieu RamaPOLICY OFFICER – ENVIRONMENT

Mathieu Rama

mathieu.rama@rreuse.org

  • FRENCH
  • ENGLISH
Kelly PironCOMMUNICATION AND ADVOCACY OFFICER

Kelly Piron

kelly.piron@rreuse.org

  • ENGLISH
  • FRENCH
  • SPANISH
Elaine HanlonPOLICY OFFICER – SOCIAL AFFAIRS

Elaine Hanlon

elaine.hanlon@rreuse.org

  • ENGLISH
  • FRENCH
  • IRISH
Jana ZurkovaNETWORK DEVELOPMENT & INNOVATION MANAGER

Jana Zurkova

jana.zurkova@rreuse.org

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  • GERMAN
  • ENGLISH
Paolo FerraresiFINANCIAL AND DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

Paolo Ferraresi

paolo.ferraresi@rreuse.org

  • ENGLISH
  • ITALIAN
  • FRENCH
  • GERMAN

Board of directors

Antigone Dalamaga, Ecorec, Greece
President

Claire Downey, Community Reuse Network, Ireland
Vice President

Laura Rubio, AERESS, Spain
Secretary

Giorgio Rosso, Associazione Orius, Italy
Treasurer

Harri Niukkannen, Tramel Oy, Finland

Ton Doppenberg, bKN, Netherlands

Ivan Božić, Humana Nova, Croatia

Matthias Neitsch, RepaNet, Austria

Jean-Francois Hummel, Envie, France

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RREUSE and your personal data

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This data can be viewed by authorised people in RREUSE to:

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Re-use targets

What’s the problem?

Do you ever wonder how much of our discarded waste is still reusable? According to recent estimates, 1/3 of all material arriving at recycling centres and civic amenity sites can still be re-used and at least 25% of electronic waste still has significant re-use value.

Unfortunately, a lack of legal support for waste prevention and re-use results in these masses of reusable goods being prematurely recycled, landfilled or incinerated. Just because something becomes waste doesn’t necessarily mean it can’t be re-used!

Re-use of unwanted but usable goods should be the top priority, above recycling

RREUSE promotes an EU policy framework that enhances cooperation between all the actors of the re-use value chain in order to prevent re-usable goods from being destroyed too early. Approved re-use centres and networks could collect these items before they become waste (re-use) or separate these items from the waste stream (preparing for re-use) and give them a new lease of life, whilst simultaneously providing significant employment and training opportunities in the re-use and repair sector.

For this to happen, donation to re-use social enterprises should be promoted as the first reflex consumers should have when discarding goods, and access to waste collection points must be granted to all preparing for re-use operators holding a waste licence. Municipalities, waste management operators and producer responsibility organisations should form partnerships with re-use and preparing for re-use actors from the social economy.

EU targets for preparation for re-use and/or re-use would help create these partnerships and ensure that reusable products are given a new lease of life, low income groups would have access to material goods and at least 300,000 green jobs could be created.

EU policy agenda

The updated Waste Framework Directive

EU Member States have until 4th July 2022 to transpose the updated Waste Framework Directive. Among the changes brought to the former version features the obligation for Member States to report their preparing for re-use rates separately from recycling rates, as well as the monitoring of data on re-use. By 2024, the European Commission must look into the feasibility of setting separate quantitative targets for re-use and preparation for re-use rates.

See RREUSE position on the revised Waste Directive here.

Did you know? In the EU, only one country (Spain) and one region (Flanders, Belgium) have preparing for re-use or re-use targets.  The EU must look to these two examples and follow suit.

Spain has set a national preparing for re-use target as part of their National Framework Plan for Waste Management (2016-2022) which aims to achieve 50% preparing for re-use and recycling by 2020 of which 2% will be prepared for re-use deriving mainly from textiles, WEEE and furniture and from other waste streams. This target has complemented another preparing for re-use target implemented since 2015 via a Royal Decree and focused on WEEE. It requires 3% of large household appliances and 4% of IT equipment to be prepared for re-use from 2018.

Flanders, Belgium, has a re-use target of 7 kg of material per capita by 2022, linked to the Flemish network of re-use social enterprises working under the brand of De Kringwinkel. This new target follows the previous objective of 5 kg re-used by the end of 2015 alongside an employment target of 3000 Full Time Equivalent jobs. As a result, the social enterprise re-use sector in Flanders now supports over 5000 jobs, with the majority of those being for persons distanced from the labour market.

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Extended Producer Responsibility

Extended Producer Responsibility is being promoted as a key market-based instrument to help implement EU waste legislation. However, it is increasingly evident that once EPR schemes have been put in place for waste streams such as Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), access for approved re-use centres and networks is increasingly restricted, leading to more direct recycling, landfilling or incineration of perfectly reusable products.

See our position on EPR here and a more detailed investigation into how EPR can support re-use here.

Publications

RREUSE position on the updated EU Waste Framework Directive

  •  18/9/2018

As part of the European Commission’s Circular Economy Package, a number of EU waste laws have recently been updated…

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Easy product repair

What’s the problem?

Consumer goods are now less durable and repairable than in the past. RREUSE has investigated the increasing difficulties associated with attempting to repair modern electronic equipment including:

  • Lack of access to and high costs of spare parts: costs of repair are higher than purchasing a new appliance
  • Lack of appropriate repair information: no free access to service manuals, software and hardware of product and components
  • Product design and components without re-use potential: new designs make it increasingly difficult to repair a product or components without breaking it.

Not only is this a serious environment issue but not being able to repair an appliance also puts at risk the economic viability of re-use and repair organisations.

Our aims

RREUSE promotes more durable and repairable products by:

  • Advocating policies to make repair and re-use activities more competitive in order to provide more repair choices for consumers
  • Influencing product policy by including provisions with repair-friendly criteria including:
    • Durable and easy to repair product design
    • Spare parts availability must be guaranteed for longer periods
    • Free access to repair service documentation and software for all re-use and repair centres

Promoting ease of repair criteria extends the lifetime of a product and reduces the need to purchase a new one, saving on the energy and resources that go into production.

To push these demands further, RREUSE takes part in a coalition of organisations fighting for a “Right to Repair” in the EU.  This campaign advocates that consumers should be able to decide how their products should be repaired, by themselves or by professionals. Manufacturers should not be able to retain the right to repair their products by giving access to repair tools or information only to repairers which they authorised.

EU policy agenda

The EU’s Ecodesign directive, establishing a framework for the setting of ecodesign requirements for energy-related products, is a tool which has been recently opened up to include repairability requirements for certain types of products such as domestic washing machines and washerdryersfridges, dishwashers and electronic displays. In the past, this directive mainly focused on making products more energy efficient.

From March 2021 onwards, manufacturers of these products will have to respect the following requirements:

  • Designing their products so they can be easily disassembled
  • Ensuring that key parts can be removed and replaced without the need for proprietary tools
  • Providing certain key spare parts to professional repairers under a delivery period of 15 working days
  • Making repair manuals available to professional repairers, but in exchange for a ‘reasonable fee’

The Commission is already looking at implementing the same rules for other types of products such as vacuum cleaners, tumble dryers or even cooking appliances. In the future, mobile phones, computers, tablets, game consoles and printers could also be covered. These are good first steps towards more repairable products, but RREUSE encourages the Commission to also think about non-energy related products such as textiles and furniture.

Financial tools, such as reduced VAT on repair activities, should also be considered to make repair less expensive and therefore, more attractive to consumers. Several examples of such measures are listed here.

Publications

Position paper on Reduced taxation to support re-use and repair

  •  21/3/2017

In Europe 77% of citizens would be willing to have their goods repaired but hardly ever do because it…

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