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INTHERWASTE project partner the municipality of Tallinn has been shortlisted for the European Green Capital 2022 Award. The other three finalists are the cities of Grenoble and Dijon (France) and Turin in Italy. The recognition is well deserved, for the Estonian capital has made great strides at paving the way to a sustainable development model through a transparent and participatory decision-making process.

Tallinn has singled out bulky and hazardous waste as particularly pertinent issues as part of the INTHERWASTE project. In order to address them, the city has set up two repair and resale points for bulky and other types of household items in order to give a new life to objects that would otherwise end up being discarded; and has defined a schedule and route for the mobile collection of the hazardous waste that its residents generate.



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