The CORE Project is part of the Interreg Europe Programme. CORE stands for: Composting in Rural Environments. Accordingly, the project aims at rural low-density territories and leading the process of spreading and mainstreaming the composting of biowaste. The prevention of biowaste and the establishment of quality composting could be a big contribution. The compost produced can be used for soil improvements in local, regional parks, and gardens and as well in agriculture. The project is expected to be an accelerator for rural territories to increase composting and the overall prevention of landfilling or burning of biowaste significantly.
During the project, all partners will meet regularly to share their findings, respective project, progress, and best practices they developed throughout the time period.
The CORE consortium is led by RSUSA - Waste Management Castilla La Mancha and composed by LfU - State Office of Environment Brandenburg, VLACO, Świętokrzyskie Region - Marshal Office of Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, KDRIU - Central Transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency Nonprofit Ltd, Autonomous Province of Bolzano – Alto Adige, Municipality of Söderhamn, Region of Western Macedonia and the European Compost Network (ECN).
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Kick Off Meeting in Spain - 17/04/2023
On the 17th April all Partners met at the thematic kick-off seminar in Spain!