Tackling cross-border waste crime

Increasing waste movements across international borders have led to more illegal disposal. Isabella Kaminski investigates what regulators are doing to tackle the problem.

Nigerian market vendors have been trained in what they can legally accept from Europe. Credit: Professor Margaret BatesSince the introduction of a single market in 1993, waste has been able to move more freely within the EU. The development of domestic and international regulation during that time has changed the dynamics of waste infrastructure.

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