Swedish government to conduct study on solid waste treatment in Albania.

By bne IntelliNews June 16, 2010
The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) will conduct a study on the treatment and management of solid waste in Albania, SIDA representative Bjorn Andersson told PM Sali Berisha at a meeting. SIDA, a Swedish governmental agency providing technical assistance and funding throughout the world, has evaluated the issue in a special report and has also offered suggestions on setting up of an institutional and human mechanism to manage solid waste. Berisha admitted that Albania had been lacking an outlook and an action plan for a country-wide treatment of urban waste and SIDAs contribution comes at the right time. He informed that authorities have set up working groups to address this problem.

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