TOGETHER, FOR A ZERO WASTE REGION

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LIFE IP SMART WASTE

Région Sud

Develop circular economy

15 & 16 novembre 2021 - Rencontres Nationales de l'écologie industrielle et...

Le réseau SYNAPSE a le plaisir de vous inviter aux rencontres nationales de l’EIT les 15 et 16 Novembre 2021 à Marseille.

Ces rencontres s'adressent...

Support economic innovation

Plan de Relance : appels à projet RSE

Ministère de l'Economie

Dans le cadre de la mesure "France Relance", les appels à projets en lien avec la responsabilité sociétale des entreprises...

Develop local waste prevention programmes

EPCI ou Syndicat ? Candidatez pour être accompagné sur la méthodologie...

ADEME

Appui méthodologique pour les territoires qui souhaitent concerter sur la matière organique, test de la démarche ConcerTO !

Dans un objectif...

Optimise selective collection

TRI À LA SOURCE DES DÉCHETS : UN DÉCRET ACTE LE PASSAGE AUX "SEPT FLUX"

LOI AGEC

Un décret de la loi Agec, paru ce 18 juillet, renforce l’obligation de tri "cinq flux" pour les professionnels en l’étendant pour les...

Develop collective composting sites

Webinaires ADEME Biodéchets

Cycle Biodéchets 2021 - 2022 organisé par l'ADEME


L’ADEME a lancé un cycle de web événements consacré à la généralisation du tri à la source des...

The project

12,5 Millions

tons

2,6 Millions

inhabitants

3,5 Millions

tons

The LIFE IP Smart Waste project aims to develop the territorial dynamics to implement and reinforce the efficiency of the most recent departmental plans (2014-2016), as a first step, then the Regional Plan for Prevention and Management of Waste. (PRPGD), which will be adopted in June 2019.

To achieve this goal, five major axes will be developed:

  1. Supporting technical and social innovation to include in the circular economy all channels of waste collection, treatment and recycling;
  2. Strengthen and adapt equipment to improve the rate of recovery of waste (collection, sorting and processing at the local level);
  3. Strengthen the skills of people in charge of waste in communities and businesses;
  4. Support the implementation at the relevant level of prevention, awareness and information solutions on good waste management;
  5. Promote exchanges and the sharing of good practices.

Our partners

In addition to the Region that supports the project, the partners co-financed by LIFE, or associated beneficiaries, are initially the local authorities in charge of the waste of Bouches-du-Rhône and Var, then in a second time those of the entire region via a call for projects (2020).

Other partners are closely associated with the project:

  • The Regional Directorate for the Environment, Planning and Housing (DREAL), which carries the state strategy for prevention and waste management;
  • The Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME), technical partner and co-financier of the project's actions;
  • CITEO, private co-financier of project actions for the reduction, sorting and recycling of packaging.

Our partners