CIC's International Activities

European Compost Network

CIC has been a member since the foundation of the European Compost Network (ECN), the leading European membership organization promoting sustainable recycling practices in composting, anaerobic digestion and other biological treatment processes of organic resources. CIC’s Director Massimo Centemero is vice-chair of ECN’s Board since 2015. CIC's experts are constantly involved in the activities of various working groups of ECN.

Learn more about ECN's activities and working groups.

Documents presented by CIC at the Orbit Conference 2012

Documents presented by CIC at the Orbit Conference 2014

ECN Country report on biowaste recycling in Italy 2015

Documents presented by CIC at the GORC-ECN Conference 2016


ISWA International Solid Waste Association

CIC is supporting the activities of ISWA, a global, independent and non-profit making association, working in the public interest to promote and develop sustainable and Professional waste management worldwide. CIC’s senior expert Marco Ricci- Jürgensen is chairing ISWA’s working Group on Biological Treatment of Waste (WGBTW), that addresses the biological treatment of the organic fraction of solid waste through aerobic and anaerobic decomposition processes. CIC's experts are contributing actively to ISWA's Seminars and Workshops located worldwide.


WBA Word Biogas Association

CIC is a founding member of the Word Biogas Association. The Association is dedicated to facilitating the adoption of biogas globally as an essential step to meet the sustainable development goals of the Paris Agreement.


SCOW Selective Collection of Organic Waste in touristic areas

The aim of SCOW, funded by the ENPI CBCMED Programme, is to develop low cost, technically simple and high quality biowaste collection and recycling models in Mediterranean locations with touristic areas and agricultural activity. SCOW wants to build up a sustainable, innovative and local treatment of the biowaste in decentralized small-scale composting plants, developed essentially in agricultural holdings situated near the biowaste production areas in the partners territories.

CIC experts are supporting closely the Project in evaluating the treatment techniques for composting biowaste proposed by each of the project-partners locations. read more about SCOW

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