Since EU accession Hungary is developing its waste management sector to meet EU criteria, but EU requirements for selective collection has been changed last year by accepting the new waste framework directive. Up to the very date 13 waste management projects were implemented and 12 other projects are under implementation in Hungary. This research is focused on the resource efficiency of the recycling potential of these projects and found that the already implemented projects need further significant selective collection infrastructure development either to meet new waste framework directive criteria or to utilize material recycling facility capacity already built in these projects.
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