Plastic and disposable products : overview of the existing and upcoming bans
On January 1st, 2020, new bans concerning disposable products have been implemented, and the field of application of some of these bans has been defined in a decree that was issued on December 24th. This is he occasion to review the existing and upcoming legislation.
Zero Waste for menstruations !
Zero Waste France's campaign to promote and generalize reusable alternatives to single use menstrual products.
And the Tour de France winner is… plastic!
Following the involvement of the two biggest European producers of virgin plastic, INEOS and Total, in the Tour de France 2019, lets join forces so that major events give a better image of sports!
Stop to single-use plastic!
The production and consumption of plastic keeps increasing at an exponential rhythm, along with fossil material consumption creating a disaster for biodiversity. Zero Waste France rallies to say STOP to single-use plastic.
Stop the use of disposable plastic containers in canteens
Disposable plastic containers have become the norm in mass catering. This leads to an enormous production of waste and impacts on human health. Zero Waste France goes into action.
Reducing disposable waste
Fighting the « disposable mentality » is at the heart of the Zero Waste approach. It consists in promoting alternatives to daily one-use products, which are responsible for huge amounts of waste and a wasteful consumption of earth re-sources.