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Separating waste at the source - changing consumerism and saving money

Project Reports

Project Reports

Guidelines on the definition of low cost, low tech high quality biowaste management models- the SCOW model

31 July, 2016 WP4. ANALYSIS OF MANAGEMENT MODELS RELATED TO PROJECT OBJECTIVE
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The Mediterranean basin commits itself to bio-waste management

31 July, 2016 The European project SCOW has promoted the implementation of effective systems of selective collection of organic waste and the construction of new composting plants in six countries of the Mediterranean basin. As a result, various territories already benefit from high quality compost that improves the conditions of its soils, thus closing the cycle of organic matter.
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The SCOW Programme: Project Main results and objectives achieved

31 July, 2016 SCOW-Selective collection of organic waste in tourist areas and valorisation in small-scale composting plants
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FINAL VADEMECUM

5 May, 2016 The SCOW (Selective Collection of Organic Waste) Project in tourist areas and valorisation in small-scale composting plants has been developing low cost, technically simple and high quality organic waste stream collection and recycling models for implementation in the Mediterranean Basin, in territories with touristic areas and agricultural activity.
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