Reusable nappies in Donostia

Categories: Biogenic fraction, Eco Consumption, Waste Prevention, Communication and Education, Reuse and preparing for reuse, Other Fractions

Organisation: Ayuntamiento de Donostia – San Sebastian

Main partners:

Localisation: Donostia (Spain)

Summary

Disposable nappies represent 2% of total municipal waste in San Sebastian. The objective of the initiative that took place in 2011 was therefore to reduce this type of waste and promote the use of reusable nappies.

Pilot plant of the institute of industrial and automation technologies in Milan

Categories: Construction Material, Eco Design, Eco Consumption, Metal, Glass, Technical and Research, Reuse and preparing for reuse, Plastic, Energy, EEE, Recycling, Product Service Systems, Other bulky items, Other Fractions

Organisation: Institute of industrial and automation technologies

Main partners:

  • Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)
  • Dipartimento di ingegneria, ICT e tecnologie per l’energia e trasporti (DIITET)
  • Manufuture European Platform (MEP)
  • Others partners: see weblink

Localisation: Milan (Italy)

Summary

ITIA-CNR continuously supports the competitiveness of the manufacturing sector by bringing innovation in the factory. The enabling technologies and tools developed by their Research Departments are used to realize physical pilot factories which represent valuable platforms to support industrial research and the transfer of research results to companies. One example is a pilot plant for the De–and Remanufacturing of automotive mechatronic components. Some others research fields in addition to demanufacturing are Industrial Products-Service System and Product-Service Systems across Life Cycle or the future of 3D-printing.

Proximity separate collection in Ljubljana

Categories: Governance, Strategy and Planning, Biogenic fraction, Legal, Paper, Metal, Economic, Glass, Technical and Research, Plastic, Communication and Education, Recycling, Other Fractions

Organisation: SNAGA (public waste management company in Ljubljana and its surrounding municipalities - Brezovica, Dobrova - Polhov Gradec, Dol pri Ljubljani, Ig, Horjul, Medvode, Škofljica, Velike Lašče and Vodice)

Localisation: Ljubljana (Slovenia)

Summary

Since 2008, the public waste management company replaced ordinary containers in the centre of Ljubljana with underground collection points, thus rationalising waste management and improving the appearance of the city. Glass, packaging and paper can be deposited by anyone, while a card is required to deposit organic and residual waste (available free of charge to all household users living in the area). The project proved to be extremely successful and is often presented as an example of good practice to other cities.

Rental of low-carbon multifunction devices (mfd) in Porto

Categories: Economic, Eco Consumption, Energy, Product Service Systems, Other Fractions

Organisation: LIPOR – Intermunicipal Waste Management of Greater Porto

Localisation: Metropolitan Area of Porto

Summary

This good practices factsheet focuses on the tender for renting of imaging equipment to be used in the LIPOR facilities in Porto.