The aim of this project was to assess the viability of the implementation of a Used Lead Acid Battery (ULAB) collection and recycling scheme in Jordan.
Within this frame, EPTA conducted the following tasks:
- Waste Mapping
- Technical & financial feasibility
- Identification of the Current Barriers and Gaps
- Assessment of the Environmental and Social impacts
- Presentation of the legal, procedural and structural options (PPP and non-PPP options) – option analysis, highlighting the benefits and disadvantages of the available approaches.
As part of the viability assessment study, highlighted were the measures required to develop an in – context, environmentally and economically sound scheme, in line with international best practice.