Only 17.4% of 2019 e-waste was collected and recycled, out of 53.6 million metric tons of waste generated in the world last year. But electronic
Within International E-Waste Day, promoted by WEEE Forum - the world's largest multi national centre of competence as regards operational
The German Ministry of Agriculture and Environment of Saxony–Anhalt and the Institute for Structural Policy and Economic Development (isw) organise a workshop on November 18th 2014 to exchange experiences on European Cooperation in the field of environment and waste.
The Italian and German partners of the LIFE+ European project WEEENModels will present their work to improve the WEEE collection system in the City of Genoa and increase the rate the collected and recycled electric and electronic waste.
In the framework of this workshop, best-practise solutions from several European countries will be presented and discussed, in order to achieve the objectives of the European Directive on Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (2012/19/EU).
It's possible to download the invitation and the agenda of the workshop at the following links: