The Valuewaste COVID-19 Committee met last week for the first time to discuss the impact of the pandemic on the project. Although all major project objectives have been achieved so far in due time, however, the project consortium is working to make sure that all the remaining goals are not hampered by the restrictions imposed by the virus.
Precisely, last Friday (11th September 2020) the project coordinator (CETENMA) met with Ferrovial, the Murcia Municipality (Spain) and Innovarum to discuss options and actions to boost the selective collection of biowaste in Murcia.
Know more about what the project is doing to boost citizens engagement with biowaste selective collection at the Communication Campaigns Page or take a look at the related posts below:
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