In his meeting with President Funes, the German officer received reports of plans developed in Central America related to climate change, security, disaster prevention and others.
Besides thanking the Germany for financing the projects, the Salvadoran President explained to German officials other points related to modernization of the public sector and the fiscal policies to be carried out in El Salvador.
President Funes referred to the need of improving tax collection, issue in which that Germany is advicing and in the fight against corruption.
It was also reported that Germany will make available a EU 3 million fund to be utilized in new territorial reordering.
Germany has offered El Salvador to grant a credit for $ 15 million, a a very favorable rate, in order to create landfills, improve existing and build facilities for and recycling.
The recycling industry grows in the region as a way to save costs, create jobs and protect the environment.
"Nicaragua has exported until October of this year about 40 million Dollars in recyclable material, primarily iron, while in 2009 it exported 24 million Dollars," stated as evidence of the sector´s growth Carlos Marin, president of the Recycling Association of that country.
The government is planning to spend $28.1 million to build 6 landfills and 43 recycling centers.
The program’s first phase comprises building 6 landfills in different points of the country, strategically located to help municipalities save money by having closer sites where to dump waste. In particular, the new landfills will be located in La Unión, Santa Ana, San Vicente, Ahuachapán, Chalatenango and Morazán.