Nicosia, one of URBAN-WASTE pilot cities, has organised a learning event to explore innovative strategies for waste reduction and improvement of recycling in the hospitality sector, involving important stakeholders and policy-makers
As the URBAN-WASTE project is coming to its end, the technical partners and the pilot cities and regions are now assessing the environmental, social and economic benefits of the eco-innovative measures which were deployed across these pilots. A perfect opportunity for a webinar, on 12 April! Thanks to the project’s technical partners, BOKU University, ConsultaRead more
The meeting in Dubrovnik, which took place on 13 and 14 March, didn’t only serve as another meeting dedicated to impact assessment, but also as the last one before the Final Conference in Brussels and could therefore be considered as the final rehearsal for the grand finale planned for 7 May.
Apart from a full-day set of interesting speeches, results, figures and panel discussions, the URBAN-WASTE Final Conference will also feature the third and last signing ceremony of the Charter of Commitments for Sustainable Material Resources Management and Circular Economy.
Our URBAN-WASTE partner, the Waste Management Development Company of Eastern Macedonia and Thrace DIAAMATH, together with the Kavala Port Authority left the 3rd Verde.tec 3rd international exhibition on environmental technologies with the Greek Green Award for their efforts and measures implemented at the Port of Kavala within the URBAN-WASTE project framework.
For the 10th and last time during the project’s lifetime the 11 pilot cities and regions will meet for the Mutual Learning event on 13 and 14 March which will this time serve as the very first debriefing of their eco-innovative measures and strategies they were implementing over the last years.
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.
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.