Dr. Dimitris Malamis represented the ATHENS-BIOWASTE working team with the speech with title “Biowaste Management – Pilot applications and decision tools” in the Transnational Conference & Transnational Workshop with Subject: “Municipal Waste Management- European Union’s New Targets-Tools and Solutions”, Central Union of Municipalities of Greece, 65 Akadimias Street & 8 Gennadiou Street, 10678, Athens, Monday 15th December 2014
Prof. Maria Loizidou represented the ATHENS-BIOWASTE working team with the speech with title “The ATHENS-BIOWASTE Initiative” in the Seminar, organised by the Association of Composting Enterprises and the Ecological Recycling Society under the auspices of the Hellenic Recycling Organisation, the City of Athens and the International Social Economy Network RReuse with title: “Composting and Aternative Waste Management by Local Authorities”, Amphitheater of the Municipality of Athens & INNOVATHENS Building at Technopolis in Gazi, 26-28 November 2014
Seminar Agenda, Presentation
Dr. Dimitris Malamis represented the ATHENS-BIOWASTE working team by presenting the ATHENS-BIOWASTE project in the networking meeting with projects implementing actions on waste management in the framework of the project “Promoting ZEROWASTE” (MED CAP 2007-2013) on 1st October 2014 (http://www.zerowastepro.eu/events/networking-workshop-in-athens-greece).
Waste Related Projects that were presented (in Greek)
The Municipality of Athens received, on behalf of EDSNA, biodegradable bags with capacity of 10 lt and 30lt designed to be used for the separate collection of biowaste and composting LIFE+ project, ATHENS BIOWASTE. These bags were granted free to EDSNA from the Prefecture of Attica. The notices were placed on building blocks of the areas A, B and C (see attached map). The kiosk was set up in Papadiamanti square between the streets Markora, Drosini and Kalosgourou and Chalepa-Papalouka square between the streets Chalepas, Markora and Mitsakis in order to distribute bags and inform the residents. The 10lt -biodegradable bags were given to households, while the 30lt -biodegradable bags were given to local shops which participate in the scheme.
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