20 November 2023
HORECA National Factsheet for Romania
Romania has the lowest density of HORECA establishments relative to population in Europe, but it represents the 7th biggest market for glass collection and recycling.
Close the Glass Loop investigated glass packaging waste in the hospitality channel. The study provides a summary of the market characteristics & recycling performance of the hospitality channel across the EU-27MS + the UK, and the waste management governance models available to hospitality operators in 10 of the European countries that have Close the Glass Loop national platforms.
From our detailed study packed with lots of numbers and complex information, we’ve crafted easy-to-read national factsheets. These handy sheets sum up the most important stats and key details for each country in one place. They’re like quick snapshots, making it simple for everyone to understand the main findings without getting lost in all the data.
Romania has made significant strides in waste management practices within its hospitality industry, notably focusing on glass collection. The HORECA sector (hotels, restaurants, and catering) has witnessed a concentrated effort in implementing efficient systems for glass collection and recycling.
Romania has the lowest density of HORECA establishments relative to population in Europe, but it represents the 7th biggest market for glass collection and recycling. This may explain why Romania ranks 2nd in terms of consumption of one-way glass beverage packaging per HORECA establishment, meaning that a targeted approach towards each establishment would yield important results towards glass collection and recycling. That is why Romania is a priority country for glass collection and recycling.
The study about One-way Glass in the HORECA Sector is available through the button below, while you can download the national factsheet from here.