Waste reduction project in Saint-Gilles

Categories: Paper, Waste Prevention, Communication and Education

Organisation: Communal authority of Saint-Gilles

Main partners:

Localisation: Saint-Gilles (Belgium)

Summary

The communal authority of Saint-Gilles has for several years carried out waste reduction actions, and more widely sustainable development actions. During the Week for Waste Reduction in 2009, the commune took advantage of it to highlight what it was doing and to launch new initiatives, directed both at its personnel and at its inhabitants.

Bienvenue a Poubellec’h campaign in Crozon

Categories: Biogenic fraction, Waste Prevention, Technical and Research, Communication and Education

Organisation: Communauté de communes de la Presqu’île de Crozon

Main partners:

  • ADEME

Localisation: Crozon (France)

Summary

During the European Week for Waste Reduction in 2009 and to meet its own waste reduction objectives, the community of municipalities, in partnership with the Maison des Minéraux, ADEME and the Finistère Departmental Council, decided to devise an educational game to raise awareness among all residents about practices aimed at producing less waste.

Better than new, a repair and reuse campaign in Tiana

Categories: Metal, Glass, Waste Prevention, Plastic, Reuse and preparing for reuse, Communication and Education, EEE, Wood, Other bulky items, Other Fractions

Organisation: Environmental Authority of the Barcelona Metropolitan Area (EMA-AMB)

Main partners:

  • Catalan Waste Agency (ARC)

Localisation: Tiana (Spain)

Summary

The entity’s “Better than new, 100% Old Campaign” made proposals for change aimed at the most sensitive citizens. The campaign encourages repair and reuse with a view to extending the useful life of the products along different routes: repairer network in districts, second hand and exchange markets, specific repair workshops, etc. (2010)

Piu-m@re project in Gallipoli

Categories: Waste Prevention, Communication and Education, Reuse and preparing for reuse, Other Fractions

Organisation: Municipality of Gallipoli

Main partners:

  • National Steering Committee of the EWWR (AICA, Italian Ministry for the environment, municipality of Rome, Legambiente, Utilitalia, etc.)

Localisation: Gallipoli (Italy)

Summary

The action was designed to reduce the pollution’s marine ecosystem caused by abandonment of fishing gear worn by the dissemination of good practices of reuse and recovery.