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Defining quantities of PVC available for recycling in Italy, assessing rate of recycled materials and set a pilot to improve collection and recycle of PVC waste
Location: Veneto, Italy (Italia)
Project: CONDEREFF
Submitted by: Frederick Campbell, 13/09/2017
To study and prepare documentation and analysis over the different practices in the countries/regions in the Baltic Sea Region and the UK/Ireland regarding waste handling, management and recycling especially regarding households. The project will reveal disparities and room for recommendations and sustainable improvements
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Citisend-URD S.L.

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07/10/2021
CECI lead partner LAB published an article discussing one of the thematic workshops organized during the CECI 3rd interregional event focused on biowaste.
Type: Project
02/07/2019 - 03/07/2019
The fifth thematic event focused on the recycling technologies in landfill management projects and took place in Mechelen (Belgium) on July 2-3, 2019.
Type: Project
06/10/2021
Kick-off meeting of the TANIA project "second life".
Type: Project
Pangea is a non-for profit web service provider association promoter of USOdy.com platform in Catalonia and EU for the reuse and recycling of EEE.
Location: Cataluña, Spain (España)
Project: SUBTRACT
19/11/2019 - 21/11/2019
The City of Antwerp is organising the second WINPOL thematic seminar dedicated to innovative models for collection, prevention and recycling.
Type: Project
Fater has created an innovative process capable of recycling the used absorbent products for the person, transforming them into new secondary raw materials.
Location: Abruzzo, Italy (Italia)
Project: SYMBI