'Zero waste' in 24 languages

European Day of Languages

The EU is characterised by its cultural and linguistic diversity, and the languages spoken in EU countries are an essential part of its cultural heritage.The EU has 24 official languages:

Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Irish, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish and Swedish. 

Every year on September 26th, the European Day of Languages alerts the general public about the importance of learning different languages. We support the Green Revolution and that’s why we’re showing you how to say ‘zero waste’ in all European languages:

Bulgarian – нулев отпадък

Croatian – nula otpada

Czech – nulový odpad

Danish – nul spild

Dutch – zero waste

English – zero waste

Estonian – null jäätmed

Finnish – nolla jätettä

French – Zero gaspillage

German – kein Verlust

Greek – μηδενικά απόβλητα

Hungarian – nulla hulladék

Irish – náid dramhaíl

Italian – zero sprechi

Latvian – nulles atkritumu

Lithuanian – nulis atliekų

Maltese – żero skart

Polish – zero marnowania

Portuguese – desperdício Zero

Romanian – zero deșeuri

Slovak – nulový odpad

Slovenian – nič odpadkov

Spanish – cero desperdicio

Swedish – noll avfall

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