Only 17.4% of 2019 e-waste was collected and recycled, out of 53.6 million metric tons of waste generated in the world last year. But electronic
Within International E-Waste Day, promoted by WEEE Forum - the world's largest multi national centre of competence as regards operational
Four meetings days , from 18th to 21st June, in Lisbon where European partners' of Force project, including Amiu and the Municipality of Genoa, will talk about progress of the activities, preliminary results and next commitments.
The project, began in September 2016, sees Genoa fostering reuse and upcycling of wood and other three major European cities - Copenhagen, Hamburg and Lisbon - focusing on plastic, WEEE and food scrap.
Each city promotes pilot activities on the materials of the partners and for Genoa it's an opportunity to show results achieved with Weeenmodels project (www.weeenmodels.eu), on electrical and electronic waste, to foster plastic recycilng through a start up for 3D printing gadget and to present urban networks that prevent the food waste as Ricibo (http://www.comune.genova.it/content/ricibo).