The National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR) encompasses nearly all areas in Romania that require more or less urgent investments to align with European standards and stimulate the economy. In this article, we will address the component related to waste management.

Component C3 of Pillar 1 of the PNRR is strictly designed for “accelerating the expansion and modernization of waste management systems in Romania with a focus on separate collection, prevention measures, reduction, reuse, and valorization to comply with applicable directives and transition to a circular economy.” (Pillar 1. Green Transition Component C3. Waste Management – PNRR).

Through this component, the following objectives are pursued:

1. Accelerating the transition to a circular economy;
2. Developing, modernizing, and supplementing municipal waste management systems at the county or city/commune level;
3. Developing infrastructure for the management of manure and other compostable agricultural waste.

Therefore, the funds available in Component C3 aim to finance projects that will have a visible impact on the entire waste management system in Romania. For a better understanding of eligible projects for funding, we have prepared a brief list of systems that can be built, improved, or supplemented, which we invite you to study below.

Waste management systems that can be financed through PNRR:

– Collection platforms
– Waste sorting centers (CAV)
– Sorting villages, recycling factories (AFM)
– Compost stations (AFM). Financing for at least 254 integrated systems for collecting compostable agricultural waste:
– 150 complete integrated communal systems;
– 94 integrated communal systems (existing communal platform);
– 5 composting systems for communities with large farms;
– 5 biogas systems for communities with very large farms.

For more details, do not hesitate to contact us or explore the waste management systems in our range. A Best Tools representative will provide you with all the information you need.