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Sustainability, Volume 11, Issue 14 (July-2 2019) – 240 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The region of Almería (SE Spain) has experienced deep changes in the last 40 years, and has become [...] Read more. The region of Almería (SE Spain) has experienced deep changes in the last 40 years, and has become one of the most efficient horticultural complexes in the world. This growth has brought important sustainability problems. Several studies have focused on organic waste reuse or minimization, but a lack of knowledge exists regarding the inorganic fraction. One of the goals of the REINWASTE project is to find solutions for this problem in the horticultural sector. Therefore, an extensive legal framework has been consulted and an in-depth study of the steps in greenhouse production with the associated residues has been performed. Furthermore, a list of the best available technologies (BATs) to prevent and minimize inorganic waste generation has been detailed, which can enable the successful intensive horticulture sector to become fully sustainable and more environmentally friendly. View this paper