The tour of our exhibition continues.
This time “Re:Waste – How is Sweden rethinking resources?” was hosted by the High School of Ishull-Lezha in Lezhë, the 5th school already touring around the exhibition.
The information that “Re:Waste” narrates, defines in a concise way the meaning of integrated waste management, presenting a tangible way if achieving circular economy, which focuses on recycling and extending the life of used products as key terms.
Waste hierarchy is a set of principles to guide waste management systems. It can be illustrated as a series of steps, where the highest step has the most effect, and the lowest is a last resort only. It can be used by individuals but should definitely be adapted by producers and governments.