RetuRO, the administrator of the Deposit Return System (DRS) in Romania, has inaugurated the regional center in the commune of Bonțida, Cluj County.
Romanians believe that climate change can only be managed if inequalities are simultaneously eliminated.
Filbo, the fintech specialized in crediting entrepreneurs through a 100% digital solution, has announced is taking the first step in its strategy to protect the environment and implement sustainable practices.
Only 12% of Romanians believe that tap water in their region is "very safe" for consumption by the whole family, according to a study conducted this fall by Xylem, a water technology company.
Wizz Air has announced that it achieved a CO2 emission intensity of 51.2 grams per passenger/km in the first half of fiscal year 2024, 8% less than in the same period of fiscal year 2023.
7 out of 10 Romanians want to reduce energy waste to optimize their utility costs.
The national electricity carrier Transelectrica is preparing an underground electricity transmission project with low carbon emissions.
The Chiajna landfill was permanently closed, after approximately 22 years of operation.
OMV Petrom has announced that it continues the tree planting campaign within the "Romania Plants for Tomorrow" project.
Mega Image has taken a step further for the protection of the environment and, together with Asociatia Viitor Plus, plants 12,000 trees, one for each employee, on an area of 2.4 hectares, in the south of the country.
German technical inspection agency TÜV Rheinland certified that BASF's method for calculating and reporting the product carbon footprint (PCF) fully complies with the requirements specified by Together for Sustainability (TfS).
RetuRO, the administrator of the Guarantee-Return System (SGR), is preparing to open its third regional factory in the town of Nicolae Bălcescu, Bacău County.
The Galati County Council is building a waste transfer station in Tecuci, which will serve the northwestern part of the county, as well as a plant waste composting station.
The volume of clothing purchases has doubled in the last 15 years, and this has taken its toll on the environment, as clothing production is highly polluting.
Cluj-Napoca City Hall has said that it will continue planting trees and setting up new parks, announced Mayor Emil Boc.
The European Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, a €742 million (CZK 17.4 billion) Czech scheme to support sustainable forest management.
In 2022, expenses for environmental protection at the national level were RON 20.4 billion (€4.08 billion), representing 1.4% of GDP, according to data from the National Institute of Statistics (INS).
From parcels for online purchases to coffee-to-go cups, packaging is almost everywhere.
Communication agency Rogalski Damaschin has launched the new Heidelberg Materials brand identity with the "Materials for the Future" campaign, which supports the company's commitment to people and nature.
The companies operating in Romania and which did not capitalize their packaging waste placed on the market paid, in 2022, RON 33 million, the equivalent of over €6 million, to the Administration of the Environmental Fund, according to data from the National Institute of Statistics. analyzed by Clean Recycle.
The European Commission is proposing for the first time measures to prevent microplastic pollution from the unintentional release of plastic pellets.
RetuRO, the administrator of the National Guarantee-Return System (SGR), has announced the opening of the Packaging Register for the registration of all products that will be part of the system.
The first centre for counting and sorting beverage packaging, which will be part of the Guarantee-Return System (SGR), will be opened in Cluj County on November 30.
In 2021, around 131 kilograms (kg) of food per inhabitant have been wasted in the EU, according to Eurostat.
Egger Romania applies a zero-tolerance policy towards illegal logging and implements the strictest controls on all its wood suppliers, says Commercial Director Alina Chifan. She talked to Green Forum about the company's initiatives regarding sustainability and the biggest difficulties in implementing sustainability actions.
Bulgaria aims to be among the 20 countries in the world with a working hydrogen valley, says Minister of Innovation and Growth in Bulgaria, Milena Stoycheva.
The companies Mytilineos and Karatzis have signed a power purchase agreement (PPA), allowing for the construction of three large photovoltaic plants in Greece.
Romania has signed the accession to the International Solar Alliance (ISA), a strong commitment of the Romanian government to support and promote solar energy as the main source of clean and sustainable energy.
The European Parliament has announced a deal with the Council to reduce industrial emissions.