Romprest, the waste management company, is involved in the national campaign
Let's Do It, Romania! "Is the biggest social involvement project organized so far in Romania, aiming at cleaning heaps of garbage generated by people in natural areas of the country in one day. National Cleaning Day is September 25, 2010, when all Romanians are expected to participate. We may set a record: at the moment, Romania is the largest country carrying out this project. The project was successfully implemented in Estonia (2008), Latvia and Lithuania (2009), Portugal (March 2010) and Slovenia (April 2010).
Romprest Service Company SA has joined the national initiative "Let's Do It Romania!" On the localities where it has license activation for waste management services, in counties: Ilfov, Braila, Galati, Prahova, Buzau and Tulcea. In these areas Romprest will come into action by collection / loading heaps of waste, pre-collected by volunteers, followers of the program. Basically after 25th September 2010 – when it will be actually begin the pre-collection of the volunteers, Romprest collection action will begin on September 26, 2010, and in the next two weeks, as agreed in the organizers’ program “Let's Do it, Romania!”, it will be heavily involved in the actions of loading / unloading in the areas where the company is conducting waste management activities.
This phase of the program, in which Romprest engages the necessary staff and facilities for the waste collection from the storage bases, set by the campaign organizers and authorized institutions, is continuing the involvement of the company in the action “Let's Do It, Romania!”. Previously there were distributed bin liners to be used by volunteers in the pre-collection action.
Two main objectives are cleaning the Romanian territory of improperly disposed waste in natural ecosystems and preventing their recurrence, works that were requested from Romania by the European Union, through the European Commission. To clean waste, it is necessary to create an waste map; the map will be obtained in the mapping phase. Mapping involves locating the waste heaps from the natural areas and determining their coordinates using GPS information. This information will be then fed into a special software. The end result of this action is the mapping of waste in Romania, based on which could be estimated resources required for the success of the project, including the number of volunteers needed for the cleaning day. Mapping is a key step in the evolution of the "Let's Do It, Romania!”. The cleaning day action would be impossible without it.
Until now, 25 NGOs, 11 local and central authorities, a number of public figures and most importantly, people are involved in this project.
Compania Romprest Service S.A. caută colaboratori care dispun de utilaje de deszăpezire în vederea închirierii pentru perioada de iarnă 2017-2018.
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