1. Activation of concrete policies for the prevention and reduction of waste production;
  2. the widespread organization of separate waste collection:
    1. non-biodegradable fractions (cellulose, plastics, glass, metals, wood, etc.);
    2. biodegradable fractions (FORSU);
  3. the recovery of secondary raw materials still contained in the residual urban waste after recycling;
  4. the prediction of adequate support systems and the enhancement of separate waste collection, as well as of residual urban waste downstream of separate collection;
  5. any energy recovery, which in the hierarchy of waste cycle management established by the Directive precedes disposal in landfills, must be limited only to non-recyclable fractions as an alternative to their landfill disposal;
  6. landfill disposal must be an increasingly residual activity in the waste cycle, with the aim of containing it in a range between 10% and 15%, against the current 69%.