CITET

AcronymDefinition
CITETCentre International des Technologies de l'Environnement de Tunis
CITETCentro de Innovación Tecnológica para la Logística y el Transporte de Mercancías por Carretera (Spain)
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This conference will provide an opportunity to present the plan for preserving air quality in Greater Tunis, while highlighting CITET's role in providing technical support to industrial companies to limit air pollution and the financing mechanisms available for pollution control.
Une premiere formation aura lieu du 15 au 26 septembre 2014 a Tunis au Centre International des Technologies de l'Environnement de Tunis (CITET), pour les gouvernorats du Nord.
UNIDO is involved as management structure of the project and its implementation will be provided by CITET in partnership with sectoral technical centers of the Ministry of Industry, the National Office of Tunisian Tourism (ONTT), the Tunisian Union of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts (UTICA) and the Tunisian Hotel Federation (FTH
According to director of training and boosting capacities within CITET Faouzi Hammouda, the creation of green employment should be the focus of a strategy to be adopted by the different environment bodies in Tunisia.
TUNIS (TAP) - The German Co-operation Agency (GIZ), the Tunis International Environment Technologies Centre (CITET) and the National Agency for Environment Protection (ANPE) launched, on Thursday, the project "COME" (Communication Environnementale d'Entreprise) --the enterprise's environmental communication--a project technically and financially assisted by GIZ.
A current study on green economy was presented, on Tuesday in Tunis, in a round-table discussion on "prospects and opportunities for employment in a green economy in Tunisia." The event was organised by the Tunis International Technology and Environment Centre (CITET) and the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO).
TUNIS (TAP) - The "BAT4MED" project, which aims to protect the environment by minimizing the negative impact of polluting industries in some Mediterranean countries such as Tunisia and Egypt, was presented on Tuesday, in Tunis, at a seminar held by the Tunis International Environment Technologies Centre (CITET).