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The EDA and the European Green Deal

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Photo by Mika Baumeister on Unsplash

Photo by Mika Baumeister on Unsplash

The new changes in the European Green Deal are expected to bring many benefits to people and businesses.


Thanks to energy labels idea that help consumers to buy more eco-friendly products and save energy, or the new European Union (EU) rules that reduce the use of plastics, keeping keep public spaces, by 2018 the EU had achieved a 23% reduction greenhouse gas emissions since 1990 while growing its economy by 61%.


The European Demolition Association (EDA) is fully committed to the European Green Deal’s policies as they relate to the demolition and recycling sector.


Making Europe climate-neutral and protecting natural habitats, making energy cleaner and more affordable, a new industrial strategy for a clean and circular economy, preserving and protecting biodiversity and moving towards a zero-pollution ambition for a toxic free environment, are all part of what the European Green Deal is about – new proposals that are going to improve the rate of waste.


The new strategy that the European Green Deal offers for the building and demolition sector aims to recognise the importance in reaching more ambitious climate and energy targets, the European Parliament said.


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