Georgia commits to introduce Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) in the national Waste Management Code. This will imply that producers take over the responsibility for preventing, collecting, separating and treating used products (waste) for their eventual recovery.
The International Persistent Organic Pollutants Elimination Networks (IPEN) commits to establish multi-stakeholder cooperation at the regional level to implement the obligations under the Stockholm, Basel and Rotterdam Conventions, contributing to the unification of efforts to reduce exposure to
Lithuania commits to invest in its waste collection infrastructure in order to improve its National Waste Management System. This will lead to better development of municipal waste collection and treatment systems.
Latvia commits to a review of existing tax policies with the aim to provide fiscal incentives to improve waste management, reduce landfilling, enhance efficient use of resources and transition from natural resources to secondary materials.