Waste, we are fifth in Italy for differentiated, but it is not enough – Company

Waste, we are fifth in Italy for differentiated, but it is not enough – Company
Waste, we are fifth in Italy for differentiated, but it is not enough – Company

The behavior of the large municipalities is less virtuous and negatively affects the total. 53 municipalities over 80% but all under 5,000 inhabitants

With 68.7% of separate waste collection, the FVG Region is the fifth most recycled region in Italy .. the councilor for the environment Fabio Scoccimarro satisfied in the press conference to present the regional report of the Arpa FVG because – he says – giant were made if we look back 22 years ago when monitoring the waste cycle began and collection was stuck at 12%. However – this must be said – this fifth place is reached after much more populous and complex regions, after Veneto, Trentino Alto Adige, Lombardy and Emilia Romagna. we therefore ask ourselves if this is really a good result

The idea is that more and more children will be educating adults, many environmental education projects in schools. But returning to the data, what emerges is that the behavior of the large municipalities is less virtuous and negatively affects the total.

53 municipalities (representing 24% of municipalities) have separate waste collection of more than 80% but almost all of them have less than 5,000 inhabitants
There is work to be done on the big cities, starting with the capital city of Trieste, which has about 42% of differentiated items

Compared to the Udine door to door, there is still no data on how much waste collection has improved, in the report instead attention was paid to the pandemic issue, we wondered how much the use of masks and gloves is impacting the environment.

In the interview service a
Stellio Vatta ARPA FVG
CRISTINA SGUBIN – waste observatory department

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Waste Italy differentiated Company

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