Scow project results, a commitment with the management of bio-waste in the Mediterranean basin

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Scow project results, a commitment with the management of bio-waste in the Mediterranean basin

03/06/2016
Retema.es
The European project SCOW has promoted the implementation of effective systems of selective collection of organic waste and the construction of new composting plants in six countries of the Mediterranean basin.
 
In January 2013 began the European project Scow (Selective Collection of Organic Waste in the Valuation and Tourist Areas in Small-Scale Composting Plants), which ended earlier this 2016. The project has been coordinated by the Urban Ecology Agency of Barcelona and has had eight partners from countries of the Mediterranean basin: Spain, France, Italy, Malta, Israel and Palestine. The project was part of ENPI CBC Med Programme that aims to strengthen cooperation between the EU and the countries situated in the Mediterranean.
 

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