The “ZERO WASTE” project aims to develop an integrated urban waste management system that can maximize the recovery of resources and energy and reduce the amount of waste that currently end up in landfills, reusing and recovering as much material and resources as possible through recycling. In this way it integrates perfectly into the MED Asse 2 space for the protection of the environment and the promotion of sustainable territorial development.
|EFXINI POLI, Local Authorities Network for social, cultural, tourist, environmental and agricultural development||Greece|
|Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Laboratory for Heat Transfer and Environmental Engineering||Greece|
|Ecological Recycling Society||Greece|
|Scientific research centre Bistra Ptuj||Slovenia|
|ASAEL – Aragonese Association of Local Authoritie||Spain|
|BRGM – Office of Geological and Mineral Research, Regional Geological Service of Provence Alpes Côte-d’Azur||France|
– definition of an integrated “Zero Waste” management system for municipal administrations based on the principles of reuse, recovery, recycling and waste reduction.