- The Environmental Communication Plan technician developed by the entity, Pedro Berenguer, has explained the current legislation
The Consortium Vega Baja Sostenible has participated today in the day of welcome to the University Master’s Degree in Research in Management, Treatment and Recovery of Organic Waste from the Miguel Hernández University (UMH), in the campus of Desamprados in Orihuela. Specifically, a technician responsible for the development and coordination of the Environmental Communication Plan developed by the Consortium, Pedro Berenguer, has explained the importance of environmental education and has reviewed how the legislation on waste in the Valencian Community is already national and european level.
Within the Environmental Communication Plan that the Vega Baja Sustainable Consortium launched, several lines were drawn, among which the participation in a day or seminar at the University was highlighted. Following the collaboration and signing of the framework agreement with the UMH, the Consortium has already given a scholarship to help pursue the master’s degree in waste management and has also participated actively in the welcome day.
Also during his speech, Pedro Berenguer, has reviewed the regulations on waste management, both at the regional level and the European Union framework regulations. In this sense, the technician has qualified the most important of the current legislation and what steps are being taken so that the countries and, more specifically the municipalities, face waste management in the most correct way.
Berenguer also explained what the Environmental Communication Plan that the Vega Baja Sustainable Consortium has developed in the region has been. In this way there has been a review of the actions at street level of awareness and awareness, as well as other more concrete such as the days that took place in Dolores and Orihuela or the recycling contest.
The president of the Vega Baja Sustainable Consortium, Manuel Pineda, has assured that “the university and the Consortium must be integrated for the future of waste management in the region, since through the knowledge and research provided by the university We can improve and move forward. ”
Pineda has also explained that through the Environmental Communication Plan activities have been developed so that the neighbors know the reality of the Consortium and, on the other hand, to raise awareness and sensitize on recycling.