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25 10.21.

Ekopak and the Faculty of Health Studies signed an agreement on mutual cooperation

Ekopak and the Faculty of Health Studies from Sarajevo signed an agreement on mutual cooperation today in the premises of Ekopak. Ekopak will establish an exchange of professional and educational staff with the Faculty of Health Studies for the purpose of education and scientific research in the field of recycling and circular economy.

"Education is a key element for successful development of the packaging waste recycling system and therefore establishment of this cooperation with the Faculty of Health Studies is very important for us. This agreement includes the exchange of mutual knowledge and experience in various Ekopaka projects ”, said Amela Hrbat, managing director of Ekopaka.

The agreement was signed by the expert associate mr.sci. Jasmina H. Bajramović and senior assistant Eldina Smječanin on behalf of the Faculty of Health Studies Sarajevo Sanitary Engineering department and Amela Hrbat, managing director of Ekopak.

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