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Projects

  • Agbogbloshie in Accra

    Cooperation of associations in Ghana

    German RETech Partnership (RETech) and Plastics Recyclers and Aggregators Association (PRAAG) are jointly carrying out a smale-scale-measure in Capacity Building in Ghana. The activities include locally organized training sessions and courses on various waste management topics, to enable the association to carry out these trainings in Ghana itself (train the trainer-principle). Moreover, RETech will also share and support its knowledge with PRAAG in organizational development and co-design of political processes. more

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    Conference Biowaste 2021

    The 4th international RETech Conference will take place on 4 and 5 of November, on this occasion on the subject “Climate and resource protection through environmentally compatible collection and recycling of biogenic waste”. You can participate on the conference itself in Berlin and online. The event venue is the Scandic Hotel at Potsdamer Platz. more

  • Country Profile

    Country Profile

    The demand for raw materials is growing with the world's population - and thus the need for sustainable water and waste management. In order to expand the export of technology and know-how in this sector, German companies are now receiving further support. Detailed market reports are now available for certain sales markets (in German only). The reports from 70 to 100 pages are funded by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) and are available for download free of charge. more

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    Conference Marine Litter 2019

    On the 21st and 22nd of November 2019, around 150 speakers and participants met in Berlin at the 3rd International RETech Conference on "Circular Economy against Marine Litter". The conference was organised jointly by the German RETech Partnership and the Federal Environment Ministry under the patronage of Federal Environment Minister Svenja Schulze. more

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    DeveloPPP Tunisia 2018

    In order to further develop the recycling approaches already successfully implemented in Tunisia in the sense of a comprehensive extended producer responsibility, cyclos, ENVERO and GIZ have joined forces in a development partnership within the framework of the developpp.de programme of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). The project is being carried out in close contact with the Tunisian waste authority ANGed, the environmental authority ANPE and the environmental transfer centre CITET. The develoPPP project runs from 1 November 2017 to 30 April 2020. more

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    Conference Informel Sector 2017

    An international Conference on “Efficient Concepts for Solid Waste Management and Recycling with Integration of the Informal Sector” will be held by RETech on November 9 and 10, 2017 in Berlin with the participation of high professional representatives and speakers from relevant regions such as Europe, Africa, Lain America, China and India. more

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    Corporate trip to Jordan

    From the 17th to the 19th of September 2017, a joint company trip by GIZ and member companies of the industry associations German RETech Partnership e.V., Fachverband Biogas e.V. (FvB) and the German Solar Industry Association (BSW), took place in Jordan. more

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    Conference Mega Cities 2016

    Sustainability plays an important role with regards to the design of buildings, whereby concepts and technologies for a separate collection of recyclable materials, a prerequisite for high-quality recycling, currently exist only rudimentary. more

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    Study Recycling and Recovery in the PR of China

    The study focuses on the biogenic waste fraction from municipal waste except for sewage sludge. In addition, biogenic waste from restaurants is taken into account since this waste stream is very significant in China and its current treatment situation is to be changed in the future. The study does not consider hazardous waste. more


Copyright

Cooperation of associations in Ghana: © BlackForest Solutions GmbH

Conference Biowaste 2021: © tristan vankann/fotoetage

Conference Circular Economy against Marine Litter 2019: © Bernhard Bauske WWF

DeveloPPP Tunisia 2018: © GIZ/SWEEP-Net

Conference Informal Sector: © GIZ

Conference Mega Cities: © RETech

Country profiles: © RETech

China study: Flag of China