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Environment Park presents SCOW Project at the Expo 2015 Milano

27 July, 2015


The SCOW project at the EXPO 2015 Milano, at the Global Farm of the Future Pavilion (this is the pavilion of the WAA-World Association of Agronomists)




Environment Park, with the support of Consorzio Italiano Compostatori (CIC), presented the SCOW Project at EXPO 2015 Milano, at the Global Farm of the Future.


The Global Farm of the Future 2.0 is the Pavilion of the WAA – World Association of Agronomists and it is a space dedicated to the production models of the future, more and more linked to biodiversity and the local crops. Objective of the Global Farm of the Future 2.0 is the creation of a Charter of Principles for the sustainable production of food. The Global Farm 2.0, the farm of the future, collects multiple messages: biodiversity and genetic improvement, sustainability and productivity, development and local identity, nutrition and food waste. 

Envipark realized a presentation of the SCOW Project with the support of the CIC, highlighting the importance of the compost and that the project will contribute to improve the management of waste, closing the cycle of organic matter in areas with a significant lack of organic carbon in the soil, improving its structure and fertility and reducing desertification, global warming and the filling of the landfills.