The project benefits from the involvement of several associated partners, indirectly contributing to the implementation of specific tasks and, some of them, supporting the dissemination and sustainability of the project.

For contractual management issues, “associated partners” are not considered as part of the consortium and therefore they do not receive a share from the project grant.

The Municipal Solid Waste Treatment Center of Changzhou will support the Education and Training Activities and the link with the Labour Market for the Chinese Students through Internships; the same role is played by the China-Italy Chamber of Commerce through the involvement of its members. The Chamber of Commerce will also support the dissemination of the action.

RE-CORD and CHIMICA VERDE will support the teacher and Student mobility, while MYRICAE will organise training in the field of Biomass to Energy.