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Reduction of hazardous substances
Chemicals are an essential part of our everyday lives. At the same time, hazardous waste from chemical production continues to increase and poses a serious threat if not disposed of or treated in a appropriate manner. Illegal disposal of hazardous waste is also an important source of pollution.
Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway support one programme in this area in Romania. The programme help improve the country’s management of hazardous substances and compliance with EU legislation.
Read about the programme in each country to find out what activities are funded, how to apply, or how to get involved as a partner.
Funding is available for entities registered in Romania, as the sole beneficiary country with this programme.
Project partnerships between entities in Norway and Romania are encouraged. The Norwegian Environment Agency is the donor programme partner in this programme and can assist entities from Norway who wish to get involved as partners.
Project stories, news and features
“The most exciting part is still ahead of us”, said Norway’s Ambassador to Romania, Tove Bruvik Westberg, at the launch of the Grants in Romania.
New opportunities for green partnerships in Europe were in focus of a “kick-off” conference earlier this week in Oslo. It was a chance for over hundred potential Norwegian partners and representatives from 11 beneficiary countries to meet and discuss areas of possible environmental cooperation offering mutual benefit under the EEA and Norway Grants.