Presentation of successful case studies with waste collection models from cities all over the world with recycling results greater than 60%.
Projects that can contribute to the achievement of recycling goals and results
Participation of specialised companies that can guide administrations through the waste management improvement process.
An area based on knowledge and innovation in the field of municipal waste management.
Staff directly related to the waste management of local and supralocal administrations across Spain
Political officials with municipal waste management responsibilities
Municipal waste management related companies
Recycling goals are determined by the European directives regarding waste management. Member states must work toward the compliance of these objectives through strategies and models that overcome inefficient systems and ensure that future challenges are successful.
Implementing strategies for managing peaks in waste production associated with an influx of visitors
Co-responsibilising visitors and the tourist sector in general for proper management of the waste they produce
Achieving political and social consensus regarding the waste management model tied to tourism
Stabilising the costs associated with municipal waste management in tourist municipalities or places where big events are held
Implementing more fair tax systems based on pay-as-you-throw programmes, so that the tourist sector internalises the cost of waste management
Creating incentives to encourage separation at source and changes in habits and perceptions
Adapting to the regional, social, and economic reality
Meeting recycling goals as established by European, State and Regional laws
Incorporating effective waste prevention strategies
Palau de Fires stop
Barcelona: 115 away
Perpiñán: 100 away
The best selective waste collection results in all Catalan cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants
Development of the city directly linked to its university.
Transversal and multidisciplinary campus with presence throughout the city.
Connected to Europe and the peninsula through air, rail (high-speed train) and road networks.
Located 37 minutes from Barcelona, 3.5 hours from Madrid and 5.5 hours from Paris.
Over 700 rooms in 3 and 4-star hotels.
A variety of gastronomic options, made with local sea and mountain products.
Its cathedral, dating to the XIV-XVII centuries, the Old Jewish Quarter, the Onyar River houses, the Arab Baths...
The Devesa park, the four rivers crossing the city, the Sant Daniel valley, the Santa Eugènia vegetable gardens, etc.