When deciding where and how to develop an agri-food waste management plant, the distance at which the waste to be treated is located, the amount of waste available and transport costs are some of the factors that will determine the location, competitiveness and success of the infrastructure. By combining the… Read more... »
Around 4 million tons of waste are currently generated in the BAC.Its composition varies greatly, although over 99% is organic matter and offers many possibilities for reusing the waste.In this context, innovative strategies are needed to manage and recover agri-food by-products and the LIFE GISWASTE project provides a key tool… Read more... »
On World Environment Day, the Life GISWASTE project celebrated over two years’ working on the GIS tool that will help to efficiently manage plant, meat and dairy waste of the BAC and thus reduce its environmental impact. The European Commission has pointed out that food waste means that an opportunity… Read more... »
Students in the 4th year of compulsory secondary education (ESO) of the Sagrado Corazón school in Bermeo visited the AZTI Tecnalia premises in Derio to learn about the Life GISWASTE project and how to reuse and utilize dairy, meat and plant by-products During this visit by the Bermeo school, as… Read more... »
On 26 April, the PPI4Waste International Workshop on Innovative Waste Solution was held in Bilbao as part of the 8th European Conference on Sustainable Cities & Towns. The Life GISWASTE project was showcased, along with other European initiatives in the field of waste management.Thus, nearly a dozen waste treatment solution… Read more... »
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