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The story of Tübingen
The German city of Tübingen took the pioneering steps of introducing a city wide tax on single-use plastic items, which formed just one part of a wider strategy to foster reuse within the city.
Introduction of tax on some single-use items
decrease of waste in public spaces
The Story of Milan
Milan’s case shows that successful biowaste collection schemes can be implemented in densely populated areas, allowing for reduced emissions and costs.
Here you can find the cities and municipalities across Europe currently committed to go zero waste. Once our members have verified the commitment of a municipality, a pin will be added to the map. Discover the cities that have chosen to follow a zero waste path on our map.OPEN THE MAP
The Zero Waste Masterplan is the pioneering knowledge platform created by Zero Waste Europe and its members to support the further development of the zero waste model on a local level and turn circular economy in reality in Europe. Whether you are already “in-office”, preparing a campaign or building a movement, the Zero Waste Masterplan offers the building blocks that can truly help solidify you programme: providing you with the tools needed to implement a sustainable waste management, waste prevention activities, repair and reuse strategies and an overview on Zero Waste Business models.
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