On 29 September 2017, the Reanimation Package of Reforms (RPR), International charitable organization “Environment-People-Law” (EPL) and Environmental Initiative (EI) NGO are holding the round table discussion “How to introduce the European hierarchy of solid domestic waste management in Ukraine?” covering various aspects of waste management, from financing to legal questions, providing also best EU practices on the field.
The goal of the round table discussion is to create a joint vision regarding implementation of the hierarchy of solid domestic waste management in Ukraine, for instance solid domestic waste management in the following order – waste minimization, preparation for reuse, recycling, energy recovery, disposal including landfilling.
The round table discussion will become the platform for discussion of the perspectives of implementation and effective functioning of each stage of waste hierarchy. Participants will be able to take part in the development of a joint vision of authorities, business and the public regarding the immediate action plan, introduction of the hierarchy, discussion of draft laws registered in the Parliament of Ukraine, their compliance with the Association Agreement and European practice in this field.
Start – 9:00. Venue – RPR office at Kyiv, 6 Olhynska St.
The round table discussion will host representatives of the Administration of the President of Ukraine, the Parliament of Ukraine, representatives of central executive authorities and enterprises working on waste reuse and disposal in Ukraine; representatives of European countries, the public, and journalists.
For further information, please contact:
Bohdan Yatsun, analyst and RPR manager for advocacy
Email: email@example.com, tel.: 067 – 401 – 20 – 48
Olena Kravchenko, EPL director, manager of RPR-Environment
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel.: (032) 225 – 76 – 82; 067 – 648 – 07 – 21
Alla Voytsikhovska, EPL environmental scientist
Email: email@example.com, tel.: (032) 225 – 76 – 82
The round table discussion is held within the EU funded project “Ukrainian civil society for European style waste management” (the budget 493 086 Euro; duration – July 2016 – July 2019) implemented by EPL and EI. The goal of the project is to increase effectiveness of waste management system in Ukraine with the aim to decrease negative impact of waste on the environment.
International charitable organization “Environment-People-Law” (EPL) is a nongovernmental international organization, created in 1994 in order to provide assistance to individuals and legal persons in the protection of environmental rights, to promote the development of the environment protection, environmental education, science and culture.
Funded by the European Union