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Research (Slovak language) on the legislation on single use plastics in Slovakia

Surfrider Foundation Europe

08 Jun 2021 Apply now Share
08 Jun 2021 Apply now Share
Background and objectives
In order to strengthen our understanding of the situation in Slovakia and draft a report, we are looking for the following information to be compiled in a word document: 1. Link to the national law that was adopted following the adoption of the EU directive on single use plastics or if no national law was adopted, short briefing on where the discussion stands 2. A briefing on the measures adopted (bans, consumption reduction, targets, extended producer responsibility, design requirements, marking, separate collection, awareness, possible exemptions & deadlines 3. How would you describe the general process to include stakeholders? Were there stakeholders meetings or public consultations? if so, could you provide links? Do you anticipate implementation challenges and for which measure? Is any delay foreseen? · Language of the briefing document to be drafted: English. · Deadline: the sooner the better
Public information and reporting
In the context of its Break the Plastic Wave Campaign, Surfrider Foundation Europe is conducting a detailed assessment of the state of transposition of the Single Use plastics Directive across Europe. Volunteers' contributions will be used to draft a European assessment report that will detail for each country which national law was adopted to transpose the European Directive on single use plastics and dive into the details of the measures that were adopted as part of this transposition. Under this Directive, EU Member States are required to ban a series of plastic products, to take measures to reduce the consumption of certain single-use plastics for which there is no alternative (drinking cups including covers and lids, and containers of prepared food for immediate consumption), to comply with a collection target for the recycling of plastic bottles among a series of other measures which also include marking, awareness raising, etc. For this report to be drafted, we are asking volunteers for their help with short briefings on the legal situation on single use plastics following the adoption of this Directive.
Volunteers: 2 needed
6-10 hours per week / 2 weeks
We are looking for Slovak-speaking volunteers interested in doing research on measures against single use plastics in Slovakia and report them back to us in a short briefing document in English.
English, Slovak

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