Lessons for local zero waste implementation

Lessons for local zero waste implementation

A conference by Zero Waste Europe and Bruxelles Environnement

Zero Waste Europe and Bruxelles Environnement jointly organize a conference taking place next Tuesday, June 14 (from 9 am to 12:30 pm) at the offices of Bruxelles Environnement (Avenue du Port 86C, 1000 Brussels).

Various organizations will talk about the impact of the "Building a European Zero Waste Academy" (BEZWA) project, funded by Erasmus+, and discuss some of the key issues related to the implementation of zero waste at the local level in Europe today.

This conference is part of ZWE's Zero Waste Cities programme, which encourages European cities to produce less waste. More than 460 European cities and municipalities in 12 European countries are committed to this goal of achieving “zero waste”, and their number is growing every month.

There will be two panels:

Panel 1: 10:20 - 11:05 - ‘What does effective local organics management look like in 2022?’

Panel 2: 11:20 - 12:05 - ‘Cities & reuse: How can we build impactful and local reuse models?’

Among the participants will be

  • Céline Rigole, Policy Officer, Brussels Environment
  • Marie Jemine, Founder L'Empoteuse
  • Sarah Risch, OVAM
  • Kadi Kenk, Executive Director, Let's Do it Foundation
  • Romain Degen, Head of Communications, WORMS
  • Christophe Diercxsens, Global Public Affairs Manager, Too good to go
  • Liina Kanarbik, Chief Specialist, Circular Economy Department, Tallinn City Council
  • Enzo Favoino, Scientific Coordinator Zero Waste Europe
  • Larissa Capello, Consumption & Production Campaigner Zero Waste Europe

you can register here


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