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Innovative models and best practices to be implemented in cities under study – report available

Innovative models and best practices to be implemented in cities under study – report available

The main objective of this report is a detailed description of the problem analysis and its application to the cluster territories. It is the second in a series of three reporting on cluster analysis results (read the first one here).

It includes the causes for negative performance on separate paper and board collection, the challenges addressing these causes, relevant good practices as well as an evaluation of good practice implementation per cluster, namely for the Dupnitsa (Bulgaria), Mezdra (Bulgaria), Sfantu Gheorghe (Romania), Mihai Viteazu (Romania), Vendée (France), Merthyr Tydfil (United Kingdom), Szczecin (Poland) and Poland clusters.

The general problem analysis shows that the interactions between CAUSES and the NEGATIVE EFFECTS on the performance of paper and board collection are quite complex. Fifteen main CAUSES were identified, the majority being related to either social or operational aspects. The analysis of these CAUSES identified 22 CHALLENGES that need to be addressed. The comparison between CHALLENGES and the already identified GOOD PRACTICES showed that eight CHALLENGES could not be connected to any of the GOOD PRACTICES available at the time.

Download the report here for more information.

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