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The head of the Union of Food Industry Enterprises, Sirje Potisepp, claims that the Ministry of Climate, while developing reform of the waste disposal system, does not take into account the real capabilities of manufacturers to produce environmentally friendly packaging. This will make production more expensive, which will also increase prices for end consumers. The Climate Ministry does not agree with the criticism and promises to support companies with European subsidies. Packaged meat in a grocery store. The image is for illustrative purposes only. Packaged meat in a grocery store. The image is for illustrative purposes only. Photo: Dmitri Kotjuh / Järva Teataja / Scanpix

The head of the Union of Food Industry Enterprises, Sirje Potisepp, claims that the Ministry of Climate, while developing reform of the waste disposal system, does not take into account the real capabilities of manufacturers to produce environmentally friendly packaging. This will make production more expensive, which will also increase prices for end consumers. The Climate Ministry does not agree with the criticism and promises to support companies with European subsidies .

Translation: Ewa Ojrzynska

All European Union member states, including Estonia, must pay a tax on non-recycled plastic packaging to the EU treasury. Until now, the tax has been paid by the state, but new waste reforms currently being drafted and likely to come into force next year will see the responsibility placed on food producers.

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