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Develop and operate commercial dumpsites for the collection, storage and utilization of solid and e-waste from residential, commercial and industrial sources utilizing modern equipment, such as self-loading trucks, mixers and sorters, through a public-private partnership model. Recycling activities accompany waste disposal processes with possibility of biogas or energy production. The public actor invests in infrastructure, such as land, systems and logistics for collection, as well as sorting and recycling the waste. The private actor builds, operates and manages recycling plants and systems for reuse, making a profit from the provision of service and sale of recycled and reused material.
Minimize health hazards associated with uncollected waste and move towards a circular economy with efficient and sustainable resource use.
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