SIRCLES project good practices booklet on circular economy and social inclusion

November 17, 2023
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At the heart of the SIRCLES project lies a commitment to promoting social inclusion. By tackling the issue of biowaste, the project not only mitigates environmental concerns but also creates opportunities for marginalized communities to be actively involved.

One of the practical aspects of the SIRCLES project is the development of small-scale, low-cost composting plants. These facilities efficiently convert biowaste into valuable compost, reducing waste and providing a sustainable source of nutrients for agriculture.