Zero Waste Austria
Current location of work
German (Native), Italian (Fluent), English (Advanced), French (Intermediate)
Evelyn has been a board member of Zero Waste Austria since 2018. She lives and works near Graz. Evelyn has coordinated projects such as the Zero Waste Austria Family Challenge, the creation of a zero waste guide for Austrian kindergartens and cooperates with Zero Waste Europe on different projects. In 2018, she started the first municipal pilot project in the municipality of Gratwein-Straßengel and has since then been the contact for cities and municipalities with zero waste ambitions.
Certified Zero Waste Ambassador
Do you have the Zero Waste Ambassdor Diploma, issued by the "BEZWA" project?
Certified Zero Waste Trainer
Do you have the Zero Waste Trainer Diploma, issued by the "BEZWA" project?
Zero Waste Mentor
Are you already or will be a mentor to municipalities for the Zero Waste Cities Certification, hosted by MiZA?
Zero Waste Auditor
Are you already or will be an auditor to municipalities for the Zero Waste Cities Certification, hosted by MiZA?
Municipalities/Territories worked with before:
Fields of Expertise
Reuse & repair initiatives
Prevention of food waste / knowledge of food systems
Single-use plastics prevention
Extended Producer Responsibility schemes
The recycling process for key waste streams (paper, plastics, metals)
Organics management and composting
Separate collection of recyclables and residual waste
Economic incentives for waste reduction (e.g. PAYT)
Engaging the community in zero waste initiatives
Residual waste disposal methods
Key waste & circular economy related EU legislation
Knowledge of specific pieces of EU legislation:
Fields of Expertise
Delivering / facilitating short-term workshops (1h-1 day)
Delivering / facilitating long workshops (+1 day)
Public speaking / oral communications
Advocacy & lobbying
Consulting municipalities and/or businesses
Project-based monitoring & evaluation
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