Consultancy ecoprog has published a new report which has found that up to 220 sorting plants for paper and cardboard waste will be commissioned in Europe by 2025.
This growth will be based on the expansion of separate waste collection systems and the renewal of the existing plants, the company said.
Europe currently has more than 2,000 sorting plants across the continent, but according to the report, waste paper and cardboard sorting plants differ . . .
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