Town halls can submit funding applications for selective collection centers with money from PNRR

Town halls can submit funding applications for selective collection centers with money from PNRR
Town halls can submit funding applications for selective collection centers with money from PNRR

From today, for 2 months, town halls can submit funding applications for the establishment of selective waste collection centers. The funds come through the PNRR and will be granted according to the principle “first come first served”.


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In these centers, the population will be able to hand over bulky waste, including construction or demolition waste, used tires or furniture, electrical and electronic equipment, used batteries, but also hazardous waste.

Municipalities should build such integrated centers called separate collection by voluntary contribution. They are intended especially for urban agglomerations.

There will be two such centers in Bucharest-Ilfov

Otherwise, the financing of 15 such centers is being considered: two for Bucharest-Ilfov and the others for the big cities in the country.

These should be completed by the end of September 2024. The system will be completed, by 2026, with more than 500 collection centers for smaller towns.

According to the Ministry of the Environment, the correct storage and recycling of construction waste is one of the biggest challenges for large agglomerations in Romania.

Town halls can obtain a maximum of 778,720 euros / collection center through a voluntary contribution, the equivalent without VAT, in accordance with the general estimate related to the project – type.

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