By looking into Germany’s current policy and legislation as well as the history of its development, this report aims to provide an insight for further legislative advancement of China’s waste management towards low-carbon integrated approach.
A comprehensive system for monitoring and assessing MSW management systems does not yet exist in China. Building on international best-practice, the award-winning “Wasteaware Benchmark Indicators for Integrated Sustainable Waste Management in Cities”, a system of indicators has been developed for China to fill this gap. The proposed system covers both waste management infrastructure and governance and allows for continuous monitoring of cities’ progress on the path towards low-carbon integrated waste management.
The brochure provides information on the quality assurance system (QAS) and quality assurance organization (QAO) that exist in Germany to guarantee high quality of compost and digestate. The publication outlines the basic principles of QAS and includes an overview of the legal framework guiding management of bio-waste in the EU and in Germany. The Chinese translation […]
IWM NSP provided a special handout for educating waste segregation in a scientific and systemic way. This handout not only covers the basic knowledge of municipal solid waste management and the current situation of waste segregation in China, but also answers the questions of what is, why to do and how to do waste segregation. […]
The content of the MRV model includes the applicable scope, accounting boundary, emission sources, emission reduction calculation, data and parameters monitored as well as data and parameters not monitored. Meanwhile, related terms and definitions as well as schematic diagrams on emission sources are listed in the annex.