Alexandra Aubertin


Zero Waste Montenegro

Job title

Senior Project Consultant



Working Area


Languages spoken

French (Native), English (Fluent), Dutch (Intermediate)

Personal bio

Co-founder of the NGO Zero Waste Montenegro and the visionary behind Znuggle, Alexandra brings a wealth of experience and expertise to her role. With Master degrees in Physical Chemistry and Environment and Resources Management, along with PMP ® certification, she is a seasoned Project Manager. Alexandra’s journey has taken her across the globe, where she has lent her talents to both multinational corporations and NGOs. Currently, she’s supervising the Business Certification program. Her true passion lies in crafting innovative solutions that empower marginalized communities while championing the principles of a circular economy.

MiZA accreditation type

  • Zero Waste Businesses Accredited Mentor

Zero Waste expertise

  • Reuse & Repair Initiatives
  • Recycling
  • Waste Prevention
  • Strategy Development
  • Single-use Plastic Prevention
  • Separate Collection of Recyclables and Residual Waste

Project experiences

  • With this project Zero Waste Montenegro guided and assisted the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism in reducing their consumption of single-use plastic (SUP) items in their offices, improving the management of plastic waste and assisted in the implementation of selected measures. Through a detailed analysis, ZWMNE proposed 1 to 3 alternatives for each of the 21 SUP types used in the Ministry with a Return on Investment for each option. If all our recommendations had been implemented by the Ministry, it would have diverted over 50 thousand pieces of plastic and packaging from the landfill or potential leakage into the environment. It would also have generated over 14 thousand euros of savings per year for the Ministry. Other activities involved providing recommendations to public institutions on greening public procurement.
  • We assessed the The 5 stars Boutique Hotel The Chedi’s core processes and their use of resources, we provided comprehensive zero waste training to their staff, helped them to establish an effective separate waste collection, assisted them to find suitable local solutions to be able to recycle key secondary materials. We helped them implement monthly waste measurements and recordings to enable improvement in waste reduction and finding innovative solutions where necessary.
  • On its global mission to ‘Zero Waste to landfill by 2025” Iberostar asked us to find suitable and local alternatives to divert their numerous waste streams from landfills by finding alternative solutions through private and public partnerships to answer their specific needs in each municipality they are operating. We provided a comprehensible report with pros and cons for every alternative as well as pricing for each option. In Phase 2 of the project, we will support Iberostar in the implementation of the selected partnerships and options.
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