Support the potential contribution of Waste-to Energy to Circular Economy approaches!
Those who care for sustainable waste management, please respond to the UNECE survey
In 2020 the UNECE secretariat prepared Guidelines on Promoting People-first Public-Private Partnerships Waste-to-Energy Projects for the Circular Economy | UNECE (the Guidelines), which at the request of member States are being further developed in 2021. The purpose of the Guidelines is to inform policymakers, industry, and civil society on the potential contribution of Waste-to-Energy to Circular Economy approaches and to demonstrate the types of PPP projects that can best serve this task.
UNECE has solicited the international experts for additional information on these Guidelines, by responding to the survey available until Monday, 4th October at this link: https://forms.office.com/r/i8H90mzM9Y
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