Tanulmány A Szerves Hulladék Integrált Kezelésére .. (Tanulmány A Szerves ..)
Tanulmány A Szerves Hulladék Integrált Kezelésére / Integrovaný model spracovávania a recyklácie organického odpadu
Start date: Jan 31, 2011,
End date: Jan 30, 2012
The Neogradiensis Euroregion includes Nógrád County on the Hungarian side, and the districts of Lucenec, Poltar and Velky Krtis on the Slovakian side. The two cross-border areas face similar economic and social problems. They can be characterized by economic backwardness, high unemployment rate and social tension. Regarding waste management, the region is still far from meeting the EU norms. Against this situation the region has unique natural values and a high touristic potential. Parallel to touristic and economic development a great emphasis should be laid on the protection of the natural environment. The present project aims to solve a remarkable envorinmental problem by working out the possible methods of organic waste handling, offering thereby a complex approach.The project partners have a wide local knowledge and relationship. Annually they organise several regional development forums where they get to know the development goals of the participating organisations and usually put one specific problem in the focus. It is the problem of waste handling that has come up the most often on these forums. There have been several initiatives in this field, but a complex examination of waste handling and recycling has not been started so far.In view of the above experience the present project aims to prepare a study - being the basis for further development - that provides comprehensive analysis, evaluation of the problem and gives a proposal for a complex solution. Achievements: Regarding waste management, the Neogradiensis Euroregion, which includes Nógrád County on the Hungarian side, and the districts of Lučenec, Poltár and Veľký Krtíš on the Slovak side, is still far from meeting EU norms. Despite this situation, the region has unique natural values and a high potential for tourism. Parallel to the touristic and economic development, a great emphasis should be laid on the protection of the natural environment. The present project aims to solve an important environmental problem by working out the possible methods of organic waste handling, offering a complex approach. The project partners organised several regional development forums and meetings. The output of the project was the study as a basis for further development - it provides a comprehensive analysis, an evaluation of the problem and gives a proposal for a complex solution.
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