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The initiative will take place on November 21st and 23rd during the European Week for Waste Reduction in collaboration with partners Comieco and Giunko.
Recycling Point and Kyoto Club join forces to promote the reduction of packaging during the European Week for Waste Reduction. The circular economy portal and the association for the fight against climate change organized two live webinars on packaging waste reduction. The initiatives will take place on November 21st and 23rd in collaboration with Comieco and Giunko.
This year, too, Kyoto Club is participating in the European Week for Waste Reduction (EWWR) as Action Developer: from the 21st to the 25th of November, the association will publish contents with a special focus on this EWWR edition and on circular economy.
The activities of Kyoto Club, a joint effort with partners Comieco, Giunko, and Recycling Point within the European Week for Waste Recycling, will be presented on the association’s website and relaunched through the online channels of its partners.
The following webinars will be broadcast online:
21st November 2016 (10:30-11:30)
“Zero-waste paper: optimization of cellulose packaging” (“Dalla Carta alla carta senza sprechi: l’ottimizzazione degli imballaggi cellulosici”) by Eliana Farotto – Head of R&D at Comieco
“Packaging: reduce it or recycle it” (“Imballaggi: ridurli o riciclarli”) by Andrea Fluttero – Green Economy Consultant
23rd November 2016 (10:30-11:30)
“Waste sorting, data and citizen actions. The case of the ‘Junker’ app” (“Raccolta Differenziata, i dati e le azioni dei cittadini. Il caso dell’APP ‘Junker’”) by Benedetta De Santis – Administrator and Development Head at Giunko srl
In addition to these resources, the association’s website and social channels will broadcast again the webinar conducted on November 3rd last year by Andrea Di Stefano, Head of Special Projects at Novamont, with the title “Transition towards a circular economy. Corporate commitment towards a possible sustainable future”, as well as other videos by Francesco Ferrante, Vice-president at Kyoto Club, and Annalisa Corrado, Technical Director at AzzeroCO2. The videos will focus on circular economy, packaging reduction, and the national norms applicable in this sector.