About the project
The development of the Green Panama Label within the regulations and principles of the CLCPA.
In August 2013, the Ministry of Trade and Industries (MICI) of Panama requested that the country be able to participate in the Closed Looped Cycle Production in the Americas (CLCPA) program. Along with the country’s participation in the program, the MICI requested the Organization of American States (OAS) to support the Industrial Association of Panama (SIP) in order to develop the Panama Green Seal program (Sello Panamá Verde).
The Panama Green Seal initiative is led primarily by the SIP, along with the National Counsel for the Private Company (CONEP) with the objective to incentive those companies that continually show good practices in terms of energy efficiency, solid waste management and water management.
Phases of the Project
After completing two official missions to the country, the OAS identified the areas of collaboration and technical assistance that it will provide to the SIP and other actors involved in the development of the project in Panama. This proposal involves the following phases:
Phase I: Preparation and identification of necessities;
Phase II: Awareness and capacity building on CLCP and Cradle-to-Cradle® (C2C);
Phase III: Implementation of a CLCP Pilot project; and
Phase IV: Creation of the framework of the Panama Green Seal program.
Defined goals and desired results
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