Obligatory Waste Treatment in Costa Rica
In February 2011 the "Ordinary Solid Waste Management Regulation" will come into force.
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Regional authorities, businesses and the general population have six months to take any measures necessary to comply with the new regulation which seeks to prevent pollution and reduce pressure on Costa Rica's natural resources.
Costa Rica's upcoming law for Solid Waste Management introduces obligations for individuals and organizations; these open a whole new array of business opportunities.
In its initial discussion, the Costa Rican Congress passed the Bill for Comprehensive Waste Management, an important achievement towards real sustainable economic development.
The municipalities of the capital of Costa Rica have announced the construction a power plant which will produce energy from waste.
The Government of Spain will construct a $45 million waste management plant in La Chureca.
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