This RETA will strengthen the regulatory and institutional framework, and improve the information exchange relating to the management of hazardous wastes in SASEC countries (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, and Nepal).
At the subregional level, this RETA aims for (i) sharing of knowledge within the region on handling hazardous wastes, and on preparting regulatory and insitutional frameworks to manage hazardous wastes; (ii) establishment of mechanisms to maintain a network and a forum to learn from other countries in managing hazardous wastes with public-private participation.
Latest Project Documents
|Managing Hazardous Wastes||Dec 2011|
|Managing Hazardous Wastes: Final Report||Dec 2010|
|Managing Hazardous Wastes: Country Inventory Report for Bhutan||Dec 2010|
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