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Newsletter No. 4, March 2015

26 March, 2015

About SCOW

The aim of SCOW project, funded by the ENPI CBCMED Program, is to develop low cost, technically simple and high quality biowaste collection and recycling models in Mediterranean territories with touristic areas and agricultural activity. SCOW wants to build up a sustainable, innovative and local treatment of the biowaste in decentralized small-scale composting plants, developed essentially in agricultural holdings situated near the biowaste production areas in the partners’ territories.
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SCOW Project partners meetings

Urban Ecology Agency of Barcelona organized Workshop at 25.2.15  read the agenda>>>

 

Sign on the Manifesto for food waste management in the Mediterranean Basin>>>

 

 

5th steering committee of the SCOW project - PSC-PTC, 21-22 October 2014, Corsica

   

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New models of composting plant – SCOW project



                  

 

 To read more about the project composting plants, press here

 

Capitalisation events

The SCOW project partners participated at the Ecomondo fair

It is one of the most important fair on the environment field in Italy.

 

 

The SCOW project partners presented a paper on the SCOW project during a poster session dedicated to the biowaste on the 6th of November. press here to read it.


Local events of the SCOW project partners

Urban Ecology Agency of Barcelona organized a visit of mayors at Pallars Sobirà municipalities

 

    

First SCOW Awareness and Training Session for Farmers in Beitello/ Ramallah Governorate

HWE held the first awareness and training session for farmers in Al-Ittihad Municipality in Beitillo Village. The HWE team (Eng. Aida and Mr. Majdi) gave a presentation on SCOW project, funding, partners, objectives and, outputs.

    

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Door to door campaign - Containers distributing to house-holds at Upper Galilee

Upper-Galilee Video clip: "Recycling starts at home!" 

                     

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Italy- Environment Park SpA – BioenergyLab

 

 

Within the project SCOW –   Environment Park, as SCOW project partner, organized a conference dedicated to the organic wastes valorisation in complex territorial contexts 

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Local Government Association held a workshop with two schools from Malta 

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No-waste attitude and sorting - workshop in Corsica

 

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Local event at MIGAL – Galilee Research Institute, Upper-Galilee

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 read more about the project>>>

 

 

selection of ENPI CBC MED projects Mediterranean stories

 

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SCOW campaign in different languages

The SCOW campaign is now available in six languages. press here to choose the language that suits you 

 

 

The SCOW campaign materials are available for you here

 

 

 

SCOW Best Practices

 

This database is one of the outputs of the SCOW project. It includes 14 records with detailed technical and economical information about collection and specially treatment systems using different decentralized composting models with good results and functioning.

press here for the list of data base >>>

 

 

SCOW Press releases

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More from the organic waste world

 

The ACR+ Organics Dictionary & Thesaurus >>>

To Find a composter at BioCycle Magazine   >>>

Waste Management WORLD- News Weekly Newscast   >>>  

 1st edition of the ECN NEWS in 2015>>> 

 Compost for soils Webpage (Australia)>>> 

 Reducing food waste by extending product life- Report from WARP (UK)>>> 

 Implementing Compulsory Separate Bio-Waste Collection Schemes- Report from Germany Government >>> 

 

From trash to cash: Seattle's new composting law is big business for Cedar Grove-Article >>>

 

Grant Opportunities: Community Composting In New York, Zero Waste In San Francisco-Article>>>

 

 

 

 

Explore the SCOW website 

 

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