On 09th & 10th of May NTUA team carried out the didactic events at the School units of the Municipality of Naxos and Small Cyclades, and specifically at the local community of Irakleia and Schoinousa Island.
OCTOBER 2018: PRESENTATION OF THE PROJECT IN THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE CENTRAL UNION OF MUNICIPALITIES OF GREECEContinue Reading
JULY 2018: On 23-27 of July took place the 1st info campaign and 2nd training session for the local population of the Municipality of Naxos and Small Cyclades. At the same time took place the door-to-door campaign for the distribution of the equipment.Continue Reading
JULY 2018: On 23-27 of July took place the 1st training session for the operators of the prototype recycling systems of the Municipality of Naxos and Small Cyclades.Continue Reading
JULY 2018: Installation of the prototype recycling system at Municipality of Naxos and Small Cyclades, Irakleia Island.Continue Reading
JUNE 2018: Installation of the prototype recycling system at Municipality of Naxos and Small Cyclades, Schoinousa and Donousa Islands.Continue Reading
JUNE 2018: On 13-16th of June 2018, took place the 6th International Conference on Sustainable Solid Waste Management at Naxos Island.Continue Reading
MAY 2018: On 30th of May the Municipality of Ancient Olympia organized a first introduction event for the recycling systems, in the framework of synergistic activities performed by the Higher Education Directorate of Ilia Region.Continue Reading
MAY 2018: Installation of the prototype recycling system at Municipality of Naxos and Small Cyclades, Koufonisi Island, and at Municipality of Ancient Olympia and local community of Ancient Olympia.Continue Reading
ΜΑΥ 2018 DIDACTIC EVENTS AT SCHOOL UNITS OF THE MNICIPALITY OF NAXOS & SMALL ISLANDS, AT THE LOCAL COMMUNITIES OF IRAKLEIA & SCHOINOUSA ISLAND
MARCH 2018 DIDACTIC EVENTS AT THE SCHOOLS UNITS OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF NAXOS & SMALL CYCLADES, AT THE LOCAL COMMUNITIES OF KOUFONISIA AND DONOUSSA ISLAND
On 13th & 15th of March NTUA team carried out the didactic events at the School units of the Municipality of Naxos and Small Cyclades, and specifically at the local community of Koufonisia and Donoussa Island.
FEBRUARY 2018 DIDACTIC EVENTS AT PRELIMINARY, JUNIOR HIGH & HIGH SCHOOL UNITS OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF ANCIENT OLYMPIA
On February 05-09 the NTUA team carried out the didactic events at Preliminary, Junior High and High School Units of the Municipality of Ancient Olympia.
21/06/2017: El equipo de CARTIF presentó el proyecto 'LIFE PAVEtheWAySTE' en ATENAS 2017
On December 4, a workshop for children was organized in the frame of the LIFE PAVEtheWAySTE project.
On this occasion, students of Early Childhood Education and Primary Education had the opportunity to learn how to recycle the waste they produce at home and to know why it is so important everyone´s collaboration in the recycling tasks.
PRESENTATION OF ‘LIFE PAVETHEWAYSTE’ PROJECT IN “LIFE PLATFORM MEETING ON PLASTIC & THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY”
21-22/09/2017: Τhe project ‘LIFE PAVEtheWAySTE’ was presented by NTUA team in “LIFE platform meeting on plastic & the circular economy”, held in Athens on September 21st-22nd, 2017.
20-21/07/2017: The project ‘LIFE PAVEtheWAySTE’ was presented by CARTIF team in Venice, Italy at ICEPCP 2017
13/07/2017: NTUA team also hosted a 1-day workshop in collaboration with the Green Fund of Greece and representatives from the National Contact Points of LIFE from Bulgaria and Hungary. Experiences of the Unit of Environmental Science Technology on preparing successful proposals and implementing LIFE projects were discussed. NTUA presented, inter alia, the case of LIFE PAVEtheWAySTE project.
VISIT OF SERTEGO GROUP AT CARTIF UNIVERSITY FACILITIES AND COLLABORATION BETWEEN LIFE PAVETHEWAYSTE WORKING GROUP
13/07/2017: Collaboration between LIFE PAVEtheWAySTE and the group SERTEGO
21/06/2017: The project ‘LIFE PAVEtheWAySTE’ was presented by CARTIF team at ATHENS 2017
15/06/2017: The project ‘LIFE PAVEtheWAySTE’ was presented by CARTIF team at 25years of LIFE celebration event.
5 May 2017: The Information Day of the LIFE Program 2014-2020 took place on 05/05/2017 in Madrid with the presentation of the 2017 Call.
REPRESENTATIVES OF LIFE PAVETHEWAYSTE TEAM FROM CARTIF VISITED THE ZONZAMAS ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLEX IN THE ISLAND LANZAROTE
12 April 2017: Representatives of LIFE PAVEtheWAySTE team from CARTIF visited the Zonzamas Environmental Complex of Lanzarote Island.
28 March 2017: The CARTIF projects’ working team carried out an infoday for LIFE projects dissemination.
LIFE PAVETHEWAYSTE PROJECT TEAM NETWORKING WITH THE WORKING TEAM OF LIFE PAYT IN ORDER TO EXCHANGE INFORMATION
24 February 2017: A networking meeting was held at NTUA facilities with LIFE PAYT: "Tool to Reduce waste in South Europe (LIFE15 ENV/PT/000609)".
24 November 2016: The CARTIF working team realized a visit on 24th November to URBASER facilities in Barcelona in the framework of preparatory actions.
14 November 2016: The LIFE PAVEtheWAySTE project was presented as a good practice example of “Circular economy on waste management for islands” on 14.11.2016 at the International Conference “Circular Economy ‐ Territorial Cohesion – Islands”, at Heraklion, Crete (GR).
1 November 2016: The stakeholders’ consultation event for Naxos Municipality took at the Τeleconferencing Room of the NTUA Library. The identified interested stakeholders (i.e. recycling industries and waste management companies) were informed via email and phone for the organization of the event and the relevant agenda.
18-21 October 2016: The public consultation event for the Municipality of Naxos and Small Cyclades and especially for the four local communities of Donoussa, Schinousa, Irakleia and Koufonisia, was carried out.
30 September 2016: Distribution of dissemination material in the Researcher’s Night Greece 2016, in the big pan-European celebration of research and science on the last Friday of September, at the National Technical University of Athens (Patission Historic Complex).
Οur Project is part of the LIFE projects that are co-Funded by the Green Fund. The relevant decision regarding our project’s co-funding is available in the following link. The project team would like to thank the Green Fund for its support to our activities.
WORKSHOP FOR PUBLIC CONSULTATION WITH INTERESTED STAKEHOLDERS AND THE LOCAL COMMUNITY OF ANCIENT OLYMPIA
16 July 2016: A workshop was held as a forum for public consultation on the integrated waste management strategies developed for the selected communities of Ancient Olympia, which consist target areas of the project. Invited stakeholders (waste management companies, industries for recycling materials) and local residents attended the workshop on the afternoon of Saturday 16/07/2016 in order to participate in the discussion on the sustainable management of waste, the valorization methods of recyclable materials contained in MSW and the multiple benefits resulting for the quality of life of residents and local markets.
30 June 2016: In the framework of LIFE PAVEtheWAySTE project implementation, an article, entitled "Peculiarities of urban waste management in remote areas" was published. The article was dedicated to the challenges faced by remote and island communities of Spain in the field of waste management.
Read the article here (available only in Spanish language)
ΤHE PROJECT LIFE PAVETHEWAYSTE IN THE 4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SUSTAINABLE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN CYPRUS
23-25 June 2016: The project team of LIFE PAVEtheWAySTE project participated in the 4th International Conference of Sustainable Solid Waste Management in Limassol, Cyprus.
17 June 2016: The first visit of the External Monitoring Team, in the presence of the Monitoring Expert Dr. Christina Marouli and representatives of all the project beneficiaries, took place in the Multimedia Room, Library Building, NTUA, Athens, Greece.
13 January 2016: Last December 2015, the European Commission adopted an ambitious Circular Economy Package, which includes revised legislative proposals on waste to stimulate Europe's transition towards a circular economy which will boost global competitiveness, foster sustainable economic growth and generate new jobs.
21 December 2015: A meeting took place between the LIFE projects PAVEtheWAySTE and Recycling@Home in order to establish networking and discuss on markets and quality specifications of recyclable materials in Greece. Read more information for the networking LIFE project here
28 November 2015: interview for the EURANET radio about the LIFE PAVEtheWAySTE project. The interview (in Spanish) was broadcasted last November 28th. Listen here
Presentation of the project PAVEtheWAySTE during Moraitis Secondary School Visit at the NTUA Facilities
19 November 2015: Students from 10 countries visiting Moraitis Secondary School in Greece in the framework of the Pan European Educational Programme (PEEP) took a tour at the premises of the School of Chemical Engineering of NTUA.
Presentation of the project at the Kick-off Meeting of LIFE Programme for the Environment, in Brussels 04/11/2015
4 November 2015: In the framework of the project, the PAVEtheWAySTE working team was represented by Mr. Tsoukleris (Municipality of Naxos) and Dr. Moustakas (NTUA) in the Kick-off Meeting of LIFE Programme in Brussels on 4th November 2015. (Presentation)
26 October 2015: An article at Residuos Profesional, in Spanish language, dedicated to the launching of LIFE PAVEtheWAySTE project and its objectives.
“The PAVEtheWAYSTE project will develop an innovative system for source separation of municipal waste which allows for recovering different material streams with a high degree of purity”.
The projects REVAWASTE and PAVEtheWAySTE discuss in Greece about the management of municipal waste in remote areas
22 & 23 October 2015: A networking meeting took place in Greece, coinciding with the kick-off meeting of the LIFE PAVEtheWAySTE project. The REVAWASTE project was present to share experiences with participants in the field of municipal waste management in remote areas. Read more
7 October 2015: A meeting took place between the LIFE projects PAVEtheWAySTE and ISWM – TINOS in order to establish networking and exchange knowledge and lessons learnt from the implementation of the latter in the insular area of Tinos, Greece. Read more information for the networking LIFE project here
The proposed innovative technology which will be developed in the framework of the project will be implemented in two Greek remote areas, namely the Municipality of Naxos and Small Cyclades Islands (Small Islands of Donousa, Schinousa, Iraklia, Koufonisia) and the Municipality of Ancient Olympia.