It’s not too late to submit your voluntary pledges on recycled plastics!

As announced in Annex III to the 'Plastics Strategy', an EU-wide pledging campaign for the uptake of recycled plastics is taking place.


As part of this campaign, the European Commission calls on stakeholders to come forward with voluntary pledges to boost the uptake of recycled plastics.

The objective is to ensure that by 2025, ten million tonnes of recycled plastics find their way into new products on the EU market.


Interested companies and industry associations can submit their pledges by filling in the template for the pledging campaign for the uptake of recycled plastics.


A guidance document on how to submit a pledge is available to ease the process.


The Commission has observed that there is a lot of interest from all the industrial and non-industrial actors in the various plastics value chains to be part of this exercise. Given the high level of ambition of the exercise, as well as the workload that this exercise generates for those who are committing, the Commission has decided to grant additional time for submitting voluntary pledges.


The deadline has been extended to 30 September 2018.

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