Waste4Think video is now ready!

The video has a Motion Graphics format and explains in simple words the background and objectives of this initiative. The production has a Motion Graphics format and explains in simple words the background and objectives of this initiative. The European project, led by DeustoTech, seeks to move forward the current urban waste management practices into[…]

Citizen Science: available main results from Zamudio Mapping Session

  Last 19th May, DeustoTech and Zamudio carried out the first Citizen Science activity in Zamudio to map, among others, waste collection facilities, households and local economic activities. During this activity, participants were divided in 9 different groups and, to collect the information and the corresponding coordenates, maps, gps and forms were used. More than 9 km per[…]

First working meeting for the presentation of the educational materials of the Waste4Think project

Yesterday, June 29, 2017, the first draft of the educational materials designed for the Waste4Think project were presented at Vizcaya School. School centres could learn the structure of digital projects, the methodology proposed for the work in the classroom and an approximation to the contents. However, the most remarkable fact of the day was the[…]

Presentation of Waste4Think in Slovenia

Last  4-5th of May, Aclima travelled to Slovenia as a stakeholder of the Interreg Europe Project Retrace which links to ours task in clustering activities and identifying other projects funded by the European Comission which has elements in common with the Waste4Think. During the field visit we learnt about 8 good practices in Circular Economy[…]

Attenders photo with public

GreenWeek 2017. PAYT – Pay as you throw

Within the framework of GreenWeek 2017, the workshop PAYT – Pay as you throw. Innovative economical tools in waste management was held last week led by DeustoTech Energy. The event was attended by Ainhoa Alonso, coordinator of the Waste4Think project, Ignasi Puig (ENT), Michele Giavini (ARS Ambiente), Joan Pujol (Argentona Council) and Marta Vila (BCNecología). The[…]


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