26.06.2019

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“Clean Tech made in Germany” had gained a good reputation world-wide and could help reduce and recycle the world’s mountains of waste.

Müller noted that the global challenges were considerable. For example, while Indonesia had banned the sale of plastic carrier bags in supermarkets, half of the household waste in the country was burned illegally.

According to the business promotion company Germany Trade & Invest, 90 per cent of what is gathered ends up unsorted on a waste tip. The BMZ has therefore called for the construction of modern waste disposal sites and sorting plants.

Roland Krieg, journalist, Berlin/Germany

More information:

“Prevent” Waste Alliance website

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