Law instituting the fund for the protection of the environment

Passed in 1999
The law establishes the Fund for the Protection of the Environment. The Fund is in charge of the protection and water sanitation, the prevention and fight against atmospheric pollution, noise and climate change, the prevention and management of waste, the protection of nature and natural resources, and the sanitation and rehabilitation of waste and contaminated sites.
 Article 4 (c) and (h) stipulates that a State subsidy up to 50 per cent of the investment cost of infrastructure works and associated spending can be granted to environmental protection projects. The project's instigators must be municipalities, community of communes, public establishments or establishments of public utility.

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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