Design and test of policies for reducing, repairing, recovering and reusing waste from electrical, electronic equipment and plastic in Central Europe.
Discarded electrical and electronic equipment is one of the fastest-growing waste streams in Europe. Regional approaches to reducing, recovering and reusing such equipment need to be better coordinated to prevent illegal waste trafficking and disposal across borders. The Circular WEEEP project connects public authorities to identify good practices and define common waste criteria. The partners also plan to develop and test a transnational strategy on the circular management of electronics waste.
of the Budget is funded by ERDF
Czech Technical University in Prague
University Centre for Energy Efficient Buildings
273 43 Buštěhrad
3250 Rogaska Slatina
814 21 Bratislava
International Project Department
Starostwo Powiatowe w Bielsku-Białej
Lublin City Hall
Department Water, Atmosphere and Environment; Institute of Waste Management
Community Facilities Management
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