Sign up for the Croatia Waste Expo conference.
The Croatia Waste Expo conference will be held on March 24 at the Vatroslav Lisinski Small Hall (Stjepan Radića Square 4, Zagreb) beginning at 10 am.
Croatia should achieve 50% of separately collected waste by 2020, otherwise, payment of penalties to the European Commission will follow, which will also be visible in household bills. Although penalties should now be used as a rule, this is unlikely to happen because Croatia has shown the “goodwill” to fulfil this goal, but also the European Commission will not look at Croatia forever.
Three-panel discussions and several expert lectures will cover, among other topics:
– the questionability of the methodology for calculating the amount of separate waste
– does Zagreb need a power plant
– waste management in large cities
– where Croatia is about the European Union in waste management and what we can learn from the experiences of other countries
The Croatia Waste Expo conference has traditionally brought together representatives of local self-government, state institutions, utility companies, manufacturers and suppliers of municipal equipment and other interested public to educate and share experiences in the field of waste management.
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