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Country:
Belgium
Croatia
Cyprus
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Areas: Energy and Environment

PER DROP IS IMPORTANT






Country:
Belgium
Croatia
Cyprus
Greece
Italy
Nothern Europe
Romania
Spain
Turkey
Western Europe

Areas: Energy and Environment

OUR YOUTH DONATE OUR FUTURE






Country:
Cyprus

Areas: Energy and Environment

Motivation and mobilization of citizens and structured groups on preserving nature and public areas.






Country:
Romania

Areas: Energy and Environment

Quality and relevant training for specialists in the field of automation






Country:
Cyprus
Southern Europe

Areas: Energy and Environment

Recycling at home starts with Parents and Children






Country:
Eastern Europe
Italy
Nothern Europe
Southern Europe
Western Europe

Areas: Energy and Environment

Industrial Production

NO.WA - No waste

Keywords: waste reduction; re-use; eco-friendly production;

Waste management remains an important challenge for local authorities and private sector organizations.
The mass retailers can make a significant contribution to the reduction of waste as they have a strong purchasing power and can thus influence, for example, the packaging policies. Moreover they can raise environmental awareness among consumers and thus reduce waste production.

Main actions
- Mapping the best experiences of waste reduction in mass retailers already developed at national and international level
- Developing a waste reduction plan, to be tested with the mass retailers in the Municipalities of Reggio Emilia and Trento
- Implementing a feasibility study for the creation of a “re-use center” which allows the recovery of reusable item






Country:
Cyprus

Areas: Agriculture, Agroindustry and Fishery

Energy and Environment

Recycled Water. Advantages and benefits from its use.

Keywords: Recycles, Water, reclaimed

There is no one-size-fits-all solution to water reuse, but there are many safe and scientifically-proven options that allow communities to sustain their local water supplies. Recycled water can be used in numerous applications to satisfy most water demands, depending on the level of treatment. The water is treated to meet regulatory guidelines for the intended end use. Typical uses for recycled/reclaimed water include:
Public Park irrigation
Surface irrigation of orchards
Groundwater recharge
Industrial cooling processes
Landscape and golf course irrigation
Food crop irrigation
construction activities
concrete mixing
artificial lakes
Road Cleaning and other public areas
Artificial Recharge of groundwater

The main issue that Local Authorities and other beneficiaries will come across, is the costly work of the recycled water distribution. It involves the design and implementation of all the piping from the source to the destination of the water.





Country:
Cyprus
Greece
Southern Europe

Areas: Agriculture, Agroindustry and Fishery

Energy and Environment

Plant Trees with a method that saves water






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