London, Amsterdam and Copenhagen to work together on circular economy


A new initiative to collaborate on the circular economy has been launched by Amsterdam, Copenhagen and London.

The three cities will work together on developing circular economy projects, reduce waste levels and improve resource security.


In London, the London Waste and Recycling Board (LWARB) and the Greater London Authority will work with counterparts in the other cities.

Their initial project will be on enhancing the capture of plastics.

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London’s deputy mayor for environment and energy Matthew Pencharz said: “London, along with Amsterdam and Copenhagen, is at the forefront of the circular economy and this partnership will help develop sustainable projects that will boost the capital’s thriving green economy.”