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Oikonomou: Greece Has Secured €600M for Recycling and Waste Management Units

ATHENS – Greece has secured 600 million euros for the creation of recycling and waste management units, government spokesperson Yiannis Oikonomou said in a post on Twitter on Thursday.

“Our country has secured 600 million euros from the European Union via 2021-2027 new NSRF for the creation of modern recycling and waste management units. We modernise the infrastructures and establish enviromental awareness with a plan”, Oikonomou said.

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