Are you interested in solid waste management? Looking to find out more about the quantity of waste generated and where it ends? NALAS’ latest, 2019 report “Benchmarking on Solid Waste Management in South-East Europe” might have the answers.
The report is a joint effort of the NALAS Task Force on Solid Waste and Water Management. It provides a comparative picture of the state of waste management sector both at the national and local level in countries of South-East Europe. Secondly, as the third in a series of benchmarking reports this document aims to follow the trends in waste management practice in countries of the region and monitor progress towards meeting EU standards in this field. Furthermore, the Report can provide LGAs material and arguments for policymaking but also ideas and inputs for future development projects or programs.
Finally, this document has an awareness-raising purpose in terms of promoting and communicating new trends and policies in waste management and related topics introduced by the EU. In this particular case the topic of Circular Economy was introduced by extending the methodological approach with two additional indicators, one local and one national, and the survey about the basic concept and Circular Economy principles among NALAS SWWM Task Force members.
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