W4T presented as a best practice during project COLLECTORS meeting in Malta

Michele Giavini (ARS ambiente) presented W4T and Seveso good practice during the H2020 project COLLECTORS meeting, Malta, 25-28 September 2018 The COLLECTORS project aims to identify and highlight existing good practices of waste collection and sorting in relation to three waste streams: paper and packaging waste, waste electrical and electronic equipment, and construction and demolition waste.[…]

Waste4Think in the second public conference of the COLLECTORS project

Waste management strategies and practices have to be adapted to the local constraints. Island and remote areas face particular challenges due to the difficulties associated to its collection, the lack of infrastructure or lack of accessibility to treatment units. These constraints make it difficult to transpose good practices traditionally used in urban areas, and to[…]

Waste4Think at RECUWASTE

The congress of international reference, organized by the Consortium for the Treatment of Solid Urban Wastes of the Maresme, together with the Generalitat of Cataluña and the Diputación de Barcelona, and in collaboration with various public and private entities. Ainhoa Alonso, coordinator of the Project will present `Waste4think, technological innovation to develop tools for citizen[…]

Waste4Think at the RETEMA Magazine

The journal RETEMA in its issue No. 208 July / August 2018, hosts an extensive report on the European Project Waste4Think , in particular, it focuses on the Halandri pilot (Greece) whose objective is the exploitation of biowaste sources aiming to maximize the recovery of raw materials and their conversion to gaseous biofuels (methane, hydrogen,[…]

A great success for the last Waste4Think eco-event in Seveso!

The 5th September in Seveso, Waste4Think partners of the pilot promoted for the second year the eco-event Sagra Valtellinese. Washable cutleries and dishes replaced the traditional disposable ones, reducing the environmental impact. More than 1’200 people, during the dinner, received a lot of useful information about the waste prevention and reduction by young volunteers, engaged by[…]

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