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In 2003, arcenciel the Lebanese association for sustainable development, creates the environment program, whose mission is the preservation and development of natural resources. The program's activities are mainly focused on three areas; waste management, education for sustainable development, and training/ consultation.
With their network  for the collection and treatment of potentially infectious healthcare waste (PIHCW) spread over the Lebanese territory, arcenciel and its DeHo (hospital waste) project contribute to preserving public health and reducing the risk associated with the inadequate treatment of waste. arcenciel equally collects plastic waste to be recycled and thus contributes to reducing this type of pollution in Lebanon while financing social action through the benefits obtained.
In parallel, arcenciel aims to fill the gap in awareness and education for sustainable development throughout schools, universities, municipalities and enterprises. The success of projects created by arcenciel illustrates the Lebanese public's aspiration to act in favor of the environment and become involved in social action. Bouchons Roulants , L’Ecole Agit, Les Héros du Bonheur are awareness initiatives which unify Lebanese youths around  durable and sustainable values.


Municipal waste management guide
arcenciel would like to share with you the latest waste management guide developed by its environment program towards municipalities and anyone involved in waste management.
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news: Dubaï International Award for Best Practices
arcenciel awarded by the Municipality of Dubaï
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news: Partnership between Makhzoumi Foundation and arcenciel
The Makhzoumi Foundation and arcenciel signed an agreement to work together in order to improve waste management in Lebanon
news: Best Idealistic NGOs (BINGO)
arcenciel received the award « Best Idealistic NGOs (BINGO) », for the environment’s category, among seven local NGOs.
The national Energy Globe Award 2014
arcenciel gets the national award « Energy Globe » for Lebanon for its environmental project rolling caps “bouchons roulants".
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