Landfilling large amounts of waste generated every day is the traditional form of waste management, which is no longer justifiable, neither economically, nor environmentally.

 

Today, the world is focused on reducing the amount of waste generated and recycling waste. It is of the utmost importance to establish an integrated waste management approach that, besides reduction of waste generation, prioritizes waste separation for further recycling.

 

Recycling reduces consumption of natural resources, and as a result, less waste is landfilled, which both saves resources and reduces the risk of contaminating the environment.

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Duisi Village, Pankisi Valley, Kakheti Region

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Gurjaani Municipality, Kakheti Region

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Rustavi, Kvemo Kartli Region

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Rustavi, Kvemo Kartli Region

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Rustavi, Kvemo Kartli Region

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Students of Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University were Given a Training on Waste Management Issues

15.11.2017

On November 3, students of Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University were given a training on waste management challenges in Adjara. After the training, students were introduced to WMTR II program approaches and methods of addressing challenges. The purpose of the training was to introduce to the stud

WMTR II Announces a Christmas Competition - Our Christmas Tree

19.10.2017

Waste Management Technologies in Regions, Phase II (WMTR II) announces a Christmas competition, Our Christmas Tree, for school students, university students and any creative person.   Goal of the competition: • Involve public general in environmental activities; • Support launching of new init

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