And what would happen if they participated in the proposal of initiatives to improve the efficiency of the service, if they paid waste management fees in accordance with waste generated and received incentives to foster sorting and waste prevention for reducing waste quantities and facilitating recycling?
Most probably, what would happen is that we could convert the current linear model into a new model based on the principles of the circular economy, a concept through which we would convert the origin of the problem into the solution.
The Halandri pilot hosted a new meeting among the project partners. The event, celebrated during 13th, 14th , 15 th and 16 th of February, comprised the regular six-month meeting of the project partners together with the Review Meeting. The workshop took place in collaboration with the Association for Sustainable Urban Development (LSWC) and during the[…]
Their own “battle” for greater, more efficient recycling and better disposal of waste is given by the municipality of Halandri with its inhabitants for about a year. Specifically, in the last 14 months, the local authority “runs”, in cooperation with the National Technical University of Athens, the Waste4Think pilot project on the use of household[…]
Zamudio collected last year 146 tonnes of this kind of waste. If well classified, it brings environmental benefits and, due to its market value, it means important savings as well in the cost of waste collection and transport. It was one of the first types of waste to be selectively collected and it is also[…]
The Waste4Think, a leading European project that brings Halandri to the forefront of innovative technologies around the world for alternative waste management, is presented by the Municipality of Halandri at a workshop organized on 14 February in collaboration with the Association for the Sustainable Development of Cities at a working meeting with the European partners[…]
Waste4Think Consortium will celebrate a Demo Day in Halandri on 14th of February. The Demo Day will be held in the fourth pilot city (the other Project meetings have been held in the rest of the pilot cities) in order to show the strategic external stakeholders the progress of the eco-solutions (mainly municipalities) by attendance of[…]
GERASIMOS LYBERATOS- NTUA Professor: “WASTE4THINK IS EXTENDED IN THE CITY”- THE HALANDRES PRODUCE ENERGY FROM THEIR KITCHEN Waste4Think is a term that has been dynamically in our life in the last year and is expected to concern us even further in the near future. Why is there so much talk about this in our city?[…]
On Tuesday, December 19, Ainhoa Alonso, Waste4Think coordinator and Igotz López, mayor of Zamudio, have been invited to the` Innobasque Tuesdays´ as representatives of the Waste4Think Project. Innobasque is a Basque public-private Alliance which offers a powerful platform and network for collaboration between civil society, companies, stakeholders in science and technology and public autorities with[…]
On December 12 and 13, TRACASA in collaboration with our partner ZABALA organizes a pioneering conference in Pamplona focused on the integral management of water (day 12) and waste (day 13). On second day´s first session, dedicated to waste management and Circular Economy, Ainhoa Alonso from Deustotech, will moderate a round table about urban waste[…]
Waste4Think in Smart City Solutions Track On November 29, 2017 FDEUSTO attended the FIWARE Tech Summit 2017 held in Málaga (Spain). This is a key event for developers and users of FIWARE. Under the name `Waste4Think: evolving waste management to support a circular economy´the project participated in the Smart City Solutions Track where ICT developments to[…]
Next Tuesday, on the 5th of December 2017, Legambiente will organize the forum `ECOFORUM Lombardia: from waste to resources´. The meeting will be held in the Royal Palace of Milan where different companies, public bodies and administrations will tell their experiences and future prospects to make the circular economy an increasingly contemporary reality. At the[…]