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Regional Initiative for Inclusive Recycling

Regional Initiative for Inclusive Recycling

Regional Initiative for Inclusive Recycling

The Regional Initiative for Inclusive Recycling is a four year program which aims to increase the access of informal waste recyclers to recycling markets in Latin America and Caribbean (LAC). It was founded by the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF/FOMIN), the Inter-American Development Bank’s Water and Sanitation DivisionAvina Foundation, and The Coca-Cola Company. The Regional Initiative is working towards professionalization of informal waste picker and recycler groups to improve their socio-economic status, promote inclusive policy changes, and increase private sector demand for recycled materials.

Regional Initiative for Inclusive Recycling

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October 3, 2013 from our Articles, The 2013 Global Dialogue on Waste "When designing solutions for inteftrating informal waste recycling, we need an adequate understanding of how the overall system is currently working including both formal and informal elements". - Jane Olley This panel explored how solid waste management is different in the Global South, and in particular in Latin America and the Caribbean, and considers the benefits of integrating the informal sector into municipal waste management strategies.Read More



July 24, 2013 from our The 2013 Global Dialogue on Waste, Video Panels

 

 

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