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.
A meeting of URBAN-WASTE’s 4th Community of Practices took place on 10 September in the Exhibition Hall of the Municipal Council of Lisbon, marking the signing a Charter of Commitment on Preventive Measures for waste reduction in the Portuguese capital.
Our partners from Syracuse are using the sunny summer months as best as they can in order to maximise the visibility of the project and the measures being implemented among their local community, as well as tourists visiting the city this summer.
The Lisbon Municipality received a group of 15 students from the Sustainable Development course of the Dublin Institute of Technology, on 23rd March at NEYA Lisboa Hotel, a local stakeholder for the implementation of innovative strategic waste management measures in Lisbon.
Students from the Dubrovnik Maritime Technical and Tourism and HORECA Secondary School had the opportunity to participate in two workshops focusing on the problem of marine litter, held on 18 and 23 April 2018
The Hotel Adria in Dubrovnik hosted a presentation on 27 March, organised by the Regional Development Agency of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County (DUNEA), on waste management measures to be implemented within the URBAN-WASTE project.
The Dubrovnik-Neretva Regional Development Agency brought together the local Community of Practices stakeholders on 28 February for a special occasion – a coordination meeting for the upcoming campaign and marine litter awareness raising programme.