Waste Management Policies

Policies are necessary to ensure that the framework conditions supporting and promoting IWM as well as directing particular waste streams into the corresponding waste treatment facilities are in place. It includes variety of approaches and policy instruments – from market mechanism and voluntary compliance schemes to mandatory policies, sanctions and bans.

Study: Digestate Quality Control of Organic Waste from MSW (Chinese only)

The study (Chinese only) is conducted by the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences on behalf of IWM NAMA project. With this study, we expect to help enhance the existing political framework regulating the treatment of kitchen waste and the application of its products in China.

November 13, 2019

Germany’s Waste Management Policy Development – A Focus on Municipal Solid Waste

By looking into Germany’s current policy and legislation as well as the history of its development, this report aims to provide an insight for further legislative advancement of China’s waste management towards low-carbon integrated approach.

November 11, 2019

EU Approach to waste & circular economy

  The Presentation of Ms. Vicky Pollard, First Councellor, Environment and Climate Change, EU Delegation to China at Low-carbon Integrated Waste Management Training in Suzhou on 28th – 29th August, 2018.

August 28, 2018
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