Project good practices

Community composting for 50 households, whose final product – compost – serves as a fertilizer for involved households and public areas
Location: Západné Slovensko, Slovakia (Slovensko)
Project: BIOREGIO
Implementing a highly efficient five stream door-to-door separate waste collection system, a best practice that can be replicated in small communities
Location: Nord-Vest, Romania (România)
Project: BIOREGIO
University research centre conducting high-level applied research and acting as a regional platform for technology transfer and bioeconomy
Location: Západné Slovensko, Slovakia (Slovensko)
Project: BIOREGIO
Distillery as an example of circular economy with a focus on bio-based streams.
Location: Západné Slovensko, Slovakia (Slovensko)
Project: BIOREGIO
Installation that can be placed in an individual rural farm to treat organic waste (manure, agricultural, gardening and food waste) to produce energy.
Location: Sud - Muntenia, Romania (România)
Project: BIOREGIO
REd ALIMENTA is an organization made up of volunteers that collects the surplus food from restaurants and delivers it to people in need.
Location: Castilla-La Mancha, Spain (España)
Project: BIOREGIO
L’Ile d’Yeu is a small island on Atlantic Coast. Collective projects have been developed to increase local food production and better manage biowaste.
Location: Pays de la Loire, France
Project: BIOREGIO
“Social Plate” is a project developed by CMT as a solution to the problems of poverty, social exclusion and the need to protect the environment.
Location: Κεντρική Μακεδονία, Greece (Ελλαδα)
Project: BIOREGIO
A pilot action for agro-forest product (Christmas trees in particular) aiming at recycling and recovering by transforming them into wood chips
Location: Κεντρική Μακεδονία, Greece (Ελλαδα)
Project: BIOREGIO
Research aimed to develop a Romanian model of closing the loop of product lifecycles through recycling and reuse, for the benefit of the environment and economy
Location: Bucureşti - Ilfov, Romania (România)
Project: BIOREGIO
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