The Ministry of Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge, MITERD, presented on July 1 at CEOE the Spanish Strategy for the Circular Economy, Spain Circular 2030, and the Draft Law on waste and contaminated soils.

The deputy director general of Circular Economy at MITERD, Margarita Ruiz, presented the main novelties of these two key initiatives in the Circular Economy Framework and one of the elements of the Government that aims to be a lever for the country's economic recovery after the health crisis of the Covid-19.

Associates had the opportunity to exchange views with the Assistant Director General on many matters of interest. Margarita Ruiz noted that the first Action Plan on Circular Economy, for the period 2021-2030, will be ready by the end of this year. Also that the Pact for the Circular Economy remains open to new adhesions that may arise.

Regarding the future Law on waste and contaminated soils, the public participation term ended on July 3. The representative of the MITERD explained that the new text that is elaborated as a result of the allegations received in this procedure will be ready in late 2020 or early 2021, to start the next phase of parliamentary processing in the Cortes Generales.

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