Waste4think italian partners in the European Week of Regions and Cities

On 11th of october  italian representatives went to Bruxelles for a workshop organized by the European Union in order to share best practices with all the projects financed by “Horizon 2020”. The workshop was about the presentation of seven European Projects concerning waste prevention and circular economy and the discussion of future cooperation.  Raffaella Mariani[…]

Prima Ecofesta a Seveso!

Piatti lavabili e sensibilizzazione cittadini per gli eventi Seveso. Il 31 agosto la tradizionale festa estiva sevesina “Valtellinese” si è organizzata per una delle sue serata in modo sostenibile. Con la preziosa collaborazione dell’Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica, che ha gestito l’evento, la serata ha avuto notevole successo. Circa 600 persone hanno mangiato i tradizionali pizzoccheri con[…]

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[…]

Waste4Think 3rd Project Meeting- June 2017- Seveso, Italy

The consortium of the Waste4Think project will go to Seveso between June 8th and 9th to celebrate the 3rd Project meeting. The Seveso Pilot just introduced PAYT and is currently focusing on citizens sensitization and on the organization of summer eco-events with washable dishwares in order to reduce waste and improve the separate collection.  One[…]

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