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Waste, Treviso is the most recycled capital of Italy

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Waste, Treviso is the most recycled capital of Italy

Separate collection stands at 86.8% (an increase of 0.1% compared to 2021) with an annual dry residue production of 61.7 kg per inhabitant. Pordenone (85.2%) and Trento (83.4%) were also awarded with Treviso

TREVISO. Treviso is the most recycled capital city of Italy. On the afternoon of Wednesday 6 July, on the occasion of the Ecoforum, the award ceremony for the Recyclers – Free Waste Municipalities was held in Rome, the performances of which were published in the Legambiente 2022 dossier.

Treviso is the first Italian capital in the classification of Recycling Municipalities, confirming also for 2022 the results obtained in separate waste collection which stands at 86.8% (increase of 0.1% compared to 2021) with an annual dry residual production equal to 61.7 kg per inhabitant. With Treviso, Pordenone (85.2%) and Trento (83.4%) were also awarded.

“A result that confirms the Treviso model in the management of separate waste collection”, the words of the mayor Mario Conte. «We thank the Priula Basin, Contarina and the citizens, once again the best in Italy in applying the rules of civilization. This is a great result that allows us to further raise the bar even in projects related to the environment ».

“We are happy to be on the top step of the podium again this year and to have achieved a result that rewards the consolidated habits of Contarina’s citizens and operators who never stopped even during the first lockdown, even taking risks” , the words of the Councilor for Environmental Policies Alessandro Manera, who participated in the Award Ceremony held today at Palazzo Faletti, in Rome.

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“In Treviso we are focusing a lot on Contarina and Priula, also through the management of the arboreal heritage: we believe that in a few years with the collection of wet and vegetable waste and the production of bio-gas and bio-methane we will be able to have a complete cycle which will lead us to an economy of important scale: we will in fact be able to use bio-gas and bio-methane for vehicles such as school buses, creating a circular economy that will allow us to take another step forward ».

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