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eNewsletter ACT CLEAN

No.1/2011
ACT CLEAN is a transnational project promoted by the European Union. This is the first project newsletter.
The ACT CLEAN project
supports Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) throughout Central Europe to implement eco-efficient production processes. It promotes environmental technologies and management systems by connecting demand and supply: It provides SMEs with technological and managerial know-how on one side and it facilitates the marketing of already existing solutions on the other.
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BIOWASTE in Europe
accounts for 30%-45 % of municipal solid waste. The European Commission defines biowaste as biodegradable garden and park waste, food and kitchen waste from households, restaurants, caterers and retail premises, and comparable waste from food processing plants. The definition does not include forestry or agricultural residues, manure, sewage sludge or other biodegradable waste, such as natural textiles, paper or processed wood.
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BIOWASTE in the Central European ACT CLEAN countries
Biowaste in this newsletter not only refers to biowaste as defined in the EU but includes all sorts of biodegradable waste.
Please find bellow links to general and specific information, players and practical examples related to biowaste in specific Central European countries:

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Editor: Umweltbundesamt, carmen.gottwald@uba.de

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The materials and information included in this electronic newsletter are provided as a service to you and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of the European Union, the Central Europe Programme or the partners of the Act Clean project. Neither of them is responsible for the accuracy of information provided from outside sources.