The Integrated National Waste Plan - The New National Plan of Integrated Waste 2008- 2015 (PNIR) was launched in 2008, aimed at integrating the European core principles and giving a clear sign to different Administrations and economic agents involved.
InformationLocation: Spain Sectors: Green industry, material efficiency and waste minimization; By: SpainType: NationalSource: UNCSD Secretariat (2010) Questionnaire for the Member States on Experiences, Success Factors, Risks and Challenges with Regard to Objective and Themes of UN Conference on Sustainable Development (UNCSD)Year: 2008
The Integrated National Waste Plan
The New National Plan of Integrated Waste 2008- 2015 (PNIR) was launched in 2008, aimed at integrating the European core principles and giving a clear sign to different Administrations and economic agents involved.The Integrated National Waste Plan 2008-2015 provides a comprehensive analysis of the situation in waste generation and offers a wealth of information that complements the previous with other waste categories, such as vehicles at the end of its useful life, waste electrical and electronic, construction and demolition waste, etc. The impact on the natural environment and human health and well-being in Spain are mainly the result of inappropriate waste management. To prevent it, authorities have implemented a large number of control, inspection and monitoring programmes in recent years and these actions are improving the situation.