CERREC – “Central Europe Repair & Re-use Centres and Networks” – is an EU funded program implemented through the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme and co-financed by the ERDF that started in April 2011 and will last for 3,5 years. During this time the consortium of 9 partners from 7 different Central Europe countries carried out evaluation, quality management and dissemination activities in the field of re-use and repair of waste products as a new form of waste treatment both on national and on transnational level.


The main objective of the CERREC project is the help European regions to meet the requirements of the new Waste Framework Directive (Directive 2008/98/EC on waste) and foster preparation for reuse as a new form of waste treatment. The challenge of the project is to turn the reuse-sector to a core segment of waste management and to bring it on a broader mainstream to meet the goals of European environmental policies and regulations. CERREC aims at providing tools, developing strategies and promoting ambitious implementation of re-use requirements of the Waste Framework Directive.


Lead Partner: Municipal Waste Management Association Mid-Tyrol (AT)

Project Coordinator, PP 4: ARGE Waste Prevention, Resources Protection and Sustainable Development (AT)

PP 2: CZ Biom – Czech Biomass Association (CZ)

PP 3: Bay Zoltán Foundation for Applied Research (HU)

PP 5: bag Arbeit e.V (DE)

PP 6: LAMORO Development agency (IT)

PP 7: Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (STU Bratislava); Bratislava (SK)

PP 8: Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodeship (PL)

PP 10: Province of Rimini; Rimini, Italy

Associated Partners of CERREC:

Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management (AT)

City of Prague (CZ)

ELECTRO-COORD Magyarorszag Nonprofit Ltd. (HU)

Verein RepaNet (AT)

Deutsche Umwelthilfe e.V. – Niederlassung Berlin (GE)

Ministry of Environment Slovak Republic (SK)

Slovak Environmental Agency (SK)

Recycling Fund (SK)

Association of cities and towns Slovak Republic (SK)


LAMORO will develop a regional platform for the implementation of shelter and re-use centers and networks, in order to exchange knowledge, demand and supply of products.

This tool will be further implemented on a transnational level and managed by a EEIG that will ensure its sustainability beyond the project duration.








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