The project aims to find sustainable solutions to improve the current policies of selective collection and waste recovery in the municipalities of Romania with the help of civic participation. The identified solutions are designed to help achieve the National Waste Management Strategy 2014 – 2020, the population instruction and education regarding waste management component.
The project aims to support sustainable development by increasing public participation in decision-making process concerning the design of selective collection systems and urban waste recovery and therefore increasing selective waste collection.
The main objectives:
Implementation period: April 2015 – April 2016
Coordinator: Institute for Public Policy
Partners: Terra Millennium III Foundation and the League of Homeowners Associations – Habitat.
Financed by: EEA Grants Fund in Romania