Minister Aaron Farrugia said that the next edition of the planning blueprint for Malta will be issued in two years’ time.
GreenPak COOP has advised the public that whoever gets caught disposing of recyclable material near the iBins will be fined €150.
State-of-the-art waste management facilities will drive the country towards a circular economy, with all waste streams being reutilised to their full potential, Minister for the Environment, Climate Change and Planning Aaron Farrugia said.
Malta registered a 4.8% drop in the amount of solid waste generated in 2018, but construction waste – which accounts for nearly three quarters of the amount – bucked the trend with an 11.8% increase.
The Water Services Corporation said that an unidentified white substance was illegally discharge into the system.
The Department of public cleansing cleared up almost 100,000 tonnes of illegally dumped material over the past 7 years.
Those illegally dumping construction waste should face ‘drastic consequences criminal actions,’ the Malta Developers Association has said.This could include, ‘the...
Indonesia's crackdown on imported foreign waste has upset the village of Bangun, where residents say they earn more money sorting through piles of garbage...