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Support the government in the implementation of the National Waste Plan, focusing on the closure of open dumps, construction of landfills, institutional strengthening of departmental municipalities and promotion of the circular economy. The TC will work on the design of an operational strategy to improve the sector by prioritizing the required investments.
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