One of the most problematic developing countries in Europe regarding integrated waste management. It has advanced its approach to the legal framework and national strategies in this sector, but is still at its beginnings regarding the implementation of the waste hierarchy.Know more on iebv.al
The collection and centralized management of urban waste is not at an advanced stage and it is coupled with infrastructure problems and a lack of financial and technical capacities. As many under developed countries faces the lack of modern sanitary urban waste treatment systems.Look closer at this project
A fast-growing economy, yet considered under developed country, who has problems and lack of technical capacities to manage sustainably huge amount of municipal solid waste. Even though the country has invested in in landfill sites, but the problem continues to remain unsolved.Know more on Zimbabwe’s project
Life Before waste management
Animation describing poor quality of life to citizens and threat to planet earth before integrated waste management.
Life After Waste Management
Animation describing high quality of life for citizens and protection to planet earth after integrated waste management.
Avoiding emissions of methane gas causing greenhouse effect to the atmosphere. Gas around 25 times more dangerous.
Reduction up to 90% of the volume of waste that are being incinerated through the hygenic waste treatment method.
Minimizing the occupation of the land surface, unlike landfills that have a designated life and require lots of territory.