Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values Programme (CERV)-Networks of Towns
1 Institute For Technological Transfer And Innovation, Bulgaria - Coordinator
2 Genista Research Foundation, Malta
3 Stowarzyszenie Aktywna Integracja Rurzyca, Poland
4 L.O.V.E.2.L.E.A.R.N. Foundation, Netherlands
5 Sadovo Municipality, Bulgaria
6 Sonhos De Igualdades - Associação Para A Promoção Da Cidadania E Igualdade, Portugal
7 Comune Di Montefiascone, Italy
8 Kunsill Lokall Ta'sannat, Malta
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Sharing working algorithms for urban/rural waste collection
The circular economy is a model of production and consumption that minimizes waste and encourages its reuse as a resource. As early as/Back in 2005, the EU adopted a strategy to prevent the generation and recycling of waste, which also sets the long-term goal of making the EU a "recycling society". The four new waste directives in the recently adopted Circular Economy Package introduce new waste management objectives in terms of waste prevention, reuse, recycling and landfill. The hierarchical ranking of waste activities promotes, above all, the prevention of waste generation, followed by reuse, recycling and recovery, and the disposal (disposal, incineration) of waste is the last in this ranking and the most undesirable option.
The main goal of the project is the cooperation and intensive exchange of good practices in the process of waste management. Research and analysis of the policies implemented by the municipalities and the city governments in the field of garbage collection and processing as a basis for achieving the goals of the green economy.