Waste management and treatment

Waste management and treatment 620 300 Euro Mediter

The Green Med Initiative (GMI), funded under the Cross Border Cooperation programme in the Mediterranean Basin (CBCMed), is launching an online survey to assess the level of knowledge of young people with regard to sustainable development and identifying territorial dynamics which impact waste management.

In the framework of its preparatory activities which will lead to the installation of reverse vending machines in 200 schools and universities, the GMI project is launching a study aimed at establishing a comprehensive picture of waste management practices and policies in six countries of the Mediterranean area – Egypt, France, Italy, Lebanon, Spain and Tunisia.
The survey is aimed at students, school children and actors of local value chains (companies, public organisations, civil society…). Two online questionnaires are available in Arabic, French, Italian and Spanish.


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