The project was also joined by colleagues from Dunapack Romania, as well as their partners Kaufland Romania SCS, Marathon Group and the Ministry of Environment. The amount needed for the project was about 42.000€, which could be obtained with the support of all sponsors. In this laboratory, students will be able to study the composition of waste and identify proposals and solutions for recycling as efficient as possible.
At the moment, the arrangement of the space for the laboratory has been completed, which will be within the Faculty of Environmental Science and Engineering. The project will be completed with the purchase of all necessary equipment at the end of summer before the beginning of the new academic year in autumn. HR Romania will be back with more details and information in a larger article, together with colleagues from Dunapack, when the laboratory will be functional and the students will be able to use it.