• lien Delbecke

    Infrabel

    Q: Thank you for the interesting webinar! (to Jan Huitema)

  • Peter Koppert

    Modint | DCTV

    Q: Having heard great ambitions on circular textiles the question raises: What is the status and planning of the announced (in CEAP) EU Strategy for Textiles? (to Emmanuelle Maire)

  • Otto Friebel

    BRBS Recycling

    Q: The past months we experienced that the Economy-part of the Circular Economy turned out to be very fragile. In our opinion a mandatory percentage of recycled content in new products should be introduced quickly in order to secure market. Do you agree and if so, when do you think this could be arranged? (to Janez Potočnik)

  • Julia Breidenstein

    HUMANA Kleidersammlung GmbH

    Q: Do you think that lowering VAT on second hand goods and repair services could promote the circular economy in the textile sector, and can the EU make an impact on this? (to Emmanuelle Maire)

  • Julia Breidenstein

    HUMANA Kleidersammlung GmbH

    Q: Textiles consumed in the EU: you mention 26 kg per person. Please bear in mind that this is the figure for clothes, carpets, tents, etc. The figure for clothes and household items is somewhere around 16-17 kg/person. (to Emmanuel Katrakis)

  • Matteo Bulgarelli

    KU Leuven

    Q: a set of policy instruments*, Sorry (to Emmanuelle Maire)

  • Matteo Bulgarelli

    KU Leuven

    Q: Dear Mrs Maire: Could you outline a set policy instruments that have been considered to incentivize manufacturers of consumers' electronics and ICTs to improve the durability and the upgradability of their products? (to Emmanuelle Maire)

  • Q: It is hard to see the slides

  • Q: can you move to the duplicate screen ode?

  • Siegfried Anton Schmuck

    Ecopreneur.eu

    Q: Dear Janez Potocnik, how can we ensure that external costs are internalised FULLY into products and how can we ensure that the market economy can adopt this as quickly as possible? Many thanks, Siegfried Anton (to Janez Potočnik)