State of the Union: Five key takeaways from Ursula Von der Leyen
17 September 2020
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Chamber of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises, GRTU urges all its members in
the waste sector, including, waste carriers, skip loader operators, waste
management facility operators, to attend a meeting called by the Ministry for
Sustainable Development, the Environment and Climate Change.
meeting is being held at Le Meridien Hotel in St Julians on Monday 25th
November 2013 at 2pm. During the meeting a technical team from the same
Ministry will present a short preview of the Government's Waste Management Plan
for the years 2013 to 2020. A public consultation document has been issued
covering most waste streams. Feedback in writing is to be forwarded to . This is a very
important meeting and all operators are urged to attend. Amongst other issues
the document outlines the way forward in Mixed Waste collection contracts, the
operation of Schemes for recyclable waste, the times of collection of mixed
waste, changes in collection vehicles. These topics show the level of
importance of the meeting and why one should be present.
consultation document can be found on the Ministry s website and can be
downloaded easily for one and all to see. Although it is a 184 page document
readers can go through an initial index and assess subjects related to their
operations and consequently after reading make up their own ideas and
assessment of the said document and they way they think it will effect their
We urge one and
all to be present. Change is always accompanied by new ideas. In 2013 we cannot
be afraid of change and accordingly looking at new ways of how to make sure
that a market sector of operation grows in a more efficient and coordinate
prior to the meeting are to be sent to
noon Monday 25th November and they will be answered accordingly.
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