The call included a grant of 1,000 euros for the payment of tuition in order to promote this type of study
The Vega Baja Sustainable Consortium has formalized today the granting of the scholarship to pursue the University Master’s Degree in Research in Management, Treatment and Recovery of Organic Residues of the Miguel Hernández University (UMH), which will be destined for a student of the master. The meeting took place at the UMH Desamparados campus, at the Orihuela Polytechnic and Higher School (Epso). The meeting was attended by the director of the school, Ricardo Abadía, the president of the Consortium, Manuel Pineda and the director of the master, Concepción Paredes Gil.
The president of the Consortium, Manuel Pineda, wanted to thank the collaboration of the UMH and the EPSO campus “since this allows us that the world of waste is not something that everyone rejects, but a matter of research and Advance”. From the Consortium it is the first time that a scholarship of these characteristics is granted, endowed with 1,000 euros for the payment of the tuition, and “the objective is to continue helping and promoting this type of studies so important for the present and future”, has assured the president.
On the other hand, the director of EPSO, Ricardo Abadía, explained that “after the signing of the framework agreement between the Consortium and the university, a commitment is made to be present in the reality of the waste sector and we are grateful that they have fixed in the research activity that is done here in the master to collaborate and to go a little further in our contribution, both to society and to the region of Vega Baja ”.
For its part, the director of the master, Concepción Paredes, has assured that “I am convinced that this framework agreement will lead to many specific projects that can be carried out between the school and the Consortium.”
Welcome day of the master
The Vega Baja Sustainable Consortium, through its Environmental Communication Plan, will also participate in the welcome of the University Master’s Degree in Research in Management, Treatment and Recovery of Organic Residues, which will take place on October 18. It is a welcome day where the students know the tools that the university puts at their disposal and there are also several presentations that deal with particular matters of the master.
The Consortium will participate in one of these papers to advance students some of the particularities in environmental legislation and how the different regulations such as the Comprehensive Waste Plan (PIR), European regulations, etc. are evolving.