On the 5th of December 2018 the kick-off meeting of the CEWASTE project took place in Brussels. Over the coming two years this European Horizon 2020 project will validate and launch a voluntary certification scheme for collection, transport and treatment facilities for an improved recovery of valuable and critical raw materials (CRMs) from key types of waste. CEWASTE is coordinated by the World Resources Forum and implemented together with a consortium composed of key European stakeholders in the area of electrical and electronic waste.
The CEWASTE Consortium is made up of eight other partners who will work alongside the World Resources Foundation, further details of these partners are available at Consortium Partners page. These partners bring a wealth of experience to the table and it is anticipated their strengths will combine to deliver an efficient, effective and impactful project.
“The well-balanced composition of the consortium and adjoint advisory board will lead the way to success and sustainable results in this project and we are looking forward to working with the partners, getting into the detail of the project and developing something innovative and practical.” said Mathias Schluep of WRF.
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