Integrated Waste Management

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Training or Learning Material
Since 2010, owing to the sustained and collaborative efforts of a wide range of local and international stakeholders, steady progress has been made in spearheading climate-friendly, community-based solid waste management approaches in Cebu City, Philippines. Thanks to the technical assistance of the Kitakyushu International Techno-Cooperative...
Training or Learning Material
After solid waste generation peaked at 2,000 tonnes per day and the closure of one of city’s landfills led to waste being piled on the streets, the City of Surabaya started implementing community based solid waste management. This started as an initial partnership on a community composting project between the city, a local NGO and the City of...
Presentation
1st Strategy Formulation Workshop for Developing Waste Management Strategy and Action Plan of Phnom Penh
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In order to address waste management challenges of Phnom Penh City, development of waste management strategy is imperative to create among stakeholders common understandings on necessary policy interventions, draw demarcations of roles and responsibilities among them, and guide the actions. Waste management strategy as a package of policies,...
Commissioned Report
Under the CCAC Waste Initiative, Cebu City, Philippines undertook a Rapid City Assessment and Action Plan development with the technical assistance of IGES. The work plans for the actions identified in the city action plan were developed and include: 1. Work plan for the implementation of waste separation at source and collection. 2. Work plan for...
Commissioned Report
Under the CCAC Waste initiative Surabaya, Indonesia undertook a rapid city assessment with the technical assistance of IGES in 2014. The outcomes of the assessment highlighted various issues in the city. In order to deepen understanding of Surabaya City‘s issues, a study has been undertaken to develop a work plan towards improving Surabaya City’s...
Presentation
Workshop on Waste Management for Resilient Cities - Networking7: Enhancing City Resilience with Multiple Interventions
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IGES Centre Collaborating with UNEP on Environmental Technologies (CCET) was established in 2014 as a unit within IGES with a mandate to assist countries in improving their waste management capacities. As an implementing body of the join-project by IGES and International Environmental Technology Centre (IETC) of UN Environment, the Centre is...
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Review and planning workshop on Eco-town
Phitsanulok Municipality has gradually achieved the zero waste target through the 3Rs implementation, polluter pay principle, public participation, pre-treatment prior to landfill and pyrolysis. The remaining waste to landfill is approximately 5%.