As the URBAN-WASTE project approaches its end in May this year, Brussels will host the project’s final conference titled “Waste Management in Tourism. Does it even matter?” organised by ACR+, on 7 May 2019 at the Balsamine theatre.
Copenhagen, Kavala, Dubrovnik – Neretva county and Tuscany region became the latest signatories of the Charter of Commitment for Sustainable Resource Management after a new signing ceremony took place in Lisbon.
This year’s Ecomondo fair in Rimini, Italy, saw a quite significant participation of the URBAN–WASTE project which was present at both “Sustainability evaluation in waste management” seminar and EASME’s info day.
As a part of Kavala’s implementation phase, communication gets a lot of attention as a crucial part of the phase and therefore the city wants to be as close as possible to both the locals and tourists.
Few months after its inauguration, the brand new repair and reuse centre for bulky waste in Nice attracts big attention across Europe. A perfect proof is the recent visit they had from Krakow, Porto and Cordoba.