Starting with January 2020, Romanians are encouraged to "be in the country as well as abroad" and to hand over waste electrical and electronic equipment responsibly.
Between 13 and 17 July 2020, ECOTIC, Siret City Hall and Servicii Comunale SA Siret urge the inhabitants of Siret to hand over correctly for recycling waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) following that each person handing over waste between 10 and 35 kg accumulated to receive a gift voucher of 10 RON, and for WEEE delivered over 35 kg cumulated to receive a gift voucher of 20 RON.
They are invited to bring electrical and electronic waste to the collection point in the parking lot of the House of Culture, from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 16:00.
The inhabitants of Siret benefit from the free service for taking large and large WEEE from home, by calling the telephone numbers 0732 430 140 or 0734 117 880. The collection from home will be done on July 17, respecting the health and safety requirements.
"Together with the City Hall, we try to sensitize the inhabitants of Siret on the importance of separate collection of recyclable waste, through information / awareness activities, encouraging them to selectively hand over recyclable waste, especially waste electrical and electronic equipment," he said. Florin Catz, East Regional Coordinator.
"Clean Cities" Siret is part of the national information campaign "Be with you in the country as well as abroad", organized by ECOTIC in partnership with the Ministry of Environment, Waters and Forests. Its purpose is to contribute to the awareness of the Romanian public regarding the correct behavior towards a type of waste: WEEE - waste electrical and electronic equipment.
Through it, ECOTIC aims to promote good practices in the European Union and to inform the Romanian public on separate collection solutions for electrical and electronic waste available to all: electronics and home appliances stores, municipal collection points and campaigns on which ECOTIC carries out regularly, in urban and rural areas. Details about the campaign on fiiintara.ecotic.ro