Participatory Sustainable Waste Management

Founding Year:



Jutta Gutberlet (Director of Canadian counterpart)

Participatory Sustainable Waste Management (PSWM) is a “knowledge-hub for innovative projects dedicated to more sustainable lifestyles suited to the needs and wants of current and future generations.” It presents a “viable option to make better use of the world’s resources.” PSWM aims to help “expand participatory processes and to improve the organization of recyclers” and to “improve the urban environment in this area through participatory waste management.”



Participatory Sustainable Waste Management contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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