Waste4Think presents the results of its first two years at Recuwaste

Ainhoa Alonso, project coordinator and head of DeustoTech’s Energy & Environment unit, participates as a speaker at the Recuwaste conference. During her presentation, Ainhoa Alonso explained how Waste4Think uses technological innovation to develop tools for citizen participation.

Recuwaste was held in Mataró on October 8 and 9, 2018 and this edition has focused on the management of resources under the new paradigm of the circular economy and the demand for the continuous improvement of local entities in the management of public services.

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