Protection of human health and the environment in Israel is strengthened by improving waste management
The twinning project , financed by the European Commission and implemented by the FIIAPP in consortium with Northern Ireland Co-operation Overseas ( NI-CO ), concludes its activities aimed at improving the protection of human health and the environment in Israel, through the improvement of waste management in the country.
Among the activities carried out, almost 30 missions to exchange experiences stand out, as well as a study visit by a dozen public employees from the Israeli Ministry of Environmental Protection to Galician waste management plants . Actions that have made it possible to achieve the established objectives of strengthening the national strategy for sustainable waste management and the identification of mechanisms for its appropriate implementation .
The closing event held in Jerusalem was attended by the country’s Minister for Environmental Protection, the Ambassador of Spain and the Ambassador of the European Union in Israel, as well as senior Ministry officials, specialists in the field, both from Israel and from the countries that have provided technical knowledge in the activities carried out during the project (Spain, United Kingdom and Hungary).