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China Integrated Waste Management Announces Launch of Three New Publications

November 22, 2019
Waste on top of a trashcan

The NAMA Facility’s China Integrated Waste Management (IWM) NAMA Support Project has launched three new publications in the field of waste management.

The brochure Germany’s Waste Management Policy Development provides an overview of the political framework that currently shapes waste management practices in Germany. The publication Wasteaware Benchmark Indicators for Integrated Sustainable Waste Management in Chinese Cities offers an indicator system adapted to monitor waste management in Chinese municipalities with consideration of both infrastructural and governance dimensions of IWM. Both publications are available in English and Chinese.

In addition to these, the Support Project would like to announce the publication of a study on digestate quality control, which is expected to help enhance the existing political framework regulating the treatment of kitchen waste and the application of its products. The study has been conducted by the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences.

Read the brochure on Germany’s Waste Management Policy Development.

Learn more about the Wasteaware Benchmark Indicators in Chinese Cities.

Find the study by the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (only in Chinese).