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[Social and economic agents mark the roadmap of the Circular Economy Strategy (14/01/2021)

| The councilor for Urban Agenda and Open Government, together with the mayor of Commerce, Markets and Public Road, presents the works that will be carried out during 2021 structured in four phases | The councilor for Urban Agenda and Open Government, Mercedes Bernab�, together with the mayor of Commerce, Markets and Public V�a, Juan Fernando Hern�ndez, and the director of the Technological Center of Energy and Environment (CETENMA), Gemma Castej�n, today presented the start of the works that will be carried out throughout 2021 for the elaboration of the Circular Economy Strategy of the municipality, whose worksheet The route will be marked by the participation of social and economic agents. Once the diagnosis was completed, which was presented last September and from which the priority areas of action were identified, the next step is the development of an Action and Follow-up Plan, which It will set the course for the future Circular Economy strategy. â € œWe are immersed in a process of transition towards a new model of city that is more sustainable and with multiple environmental, economic and social benefits.

With this commitment, we seek an innovative and efficient municipality, low in emissions, looking to a prosperous future, but without renouncing our roots, ”Mercedes Bernab� has highlighted. For his part, the mayor Juan Fernando Hern�ndez has emphasized â € œthe need to acquire firm commitments with the environment and the circular economy to place Murcia at the level of other European cities that are benchmarks in terms of sustainability and innovation.� An example of the commitment of the Department of Markets to continue improving selective recycling is the installation of the brown container for the collection of urban organic waste in the municipal supply squares, an initiative framed in the European project of Circular Economy 'â € ˜Valuewasteâ € ™. Four phases for the development of the final strategy The work for the elaboration of the Circular Economy Strategy will be carried out in a process designed in four phases. The initial phase will be destined to the collection of information and will run from this month of January to February 2021.

During this period, those action plans that have been carried out will be studied.

in different cities, as well as the lines identified in the diagnosis. Then, from March to June, the phase of consultation and collection of initiatives will be carried out through the organization of working groups with social, economic and municipal technical agents for each of the the following priority axes: consumption, waste management, water management, sustainability of urban spaces, mobility and transversality policies.

Likewise, the participatory process includes an online consultation with citizens. The information collected will be the object of study and assessment for its subsequent integration in the drafting of the Strategy document during the period between June and September.� Each measure proposed in the axes will include ¿½ a time frame -short, medium or long term-, the definition of the measure itself, an estimated associated budget, indicators of success and monitoring, the municipal service that will be in charge, as well as the target audience and potential external collaborators.� The actions or measures proposed will be adapted to the reality of the municipality of Murcia in line with European policies and legislation on waste, food waste, circularity in the textile and plastics sector, etc. Finally, once the information is completed, in October 2021 the presentation of the final document is scheduled, which will be translated into English in line with other European strategies, such as the from Paris or Brussels. European Circular Economy Projects The Circular Economy Strategy will be a document aligned with the current Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation plans, as well as with the Urban Agenda 2030. Currently, the City Council is working on different European Circular Economy projects, such as the Hoop, Valuewaste, Cityloops or the Life Heatland. In addition, � within the framework of international commitments, Murcia has become, together with Seville, one of the two only Spanish cities to adhere to the declaration of circular cities, â € ˜ Circular Citiesâ € ™, � a commitment signed by cities from different countries to continue advancing on the path towards the transition to a circular and sustainable economy.

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Source: Ayuntamiento de Murcia

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