Zero Waste Live!
A series of high level monthly webinars with experts from all over Europe.
Through professional presentations and in-depth discussions, the webinars provide local authorities,
waste professionals and community leaders with first hand experiences about the best practices of
zero waste at the local level, helping to kick-start or further develop zero waste and circular
The new legislation in Europe has given us 10 years to transition to a circular economy, and the best practices in Europe could be easily mainstreamed. The Zero Waste Live! webinar series intends to share expert knowledge with key input from leading practitioners and scientists who have decades of experience designing, mentoring and implementing zero waste strategies.
The participation to the Live! webinars is free but to help us maintain and improve this project we ask you for a small contribution to watch the recordings.
But you can access for free the first three recordings about EU legislation, PAYT and biowaste.
A series of high level events aiming to help municipalities, waste professionals and community leaders to hear first hand experience about the best practices of Zero Waste.
ZERO WASTE LIVE!
Waste shipment: the out of sight, out of mind situation we need to fix
28th January 2020 · 10:30 AM (CET)
ZERO WASTE LIVE!
Deposit Return Systems (DRS) for beverage containers
16th June 2020 · 2:00 PM (CET)
webinarChemical recycling: what it is and does it fit into the Circular Economy?
12th November 2019 · 2:00 PM (CET)
webinarThe transition strategy to deal with residual waste
16th April 2019 · 2:00 PM (CET)
webinarHow to extend the electronic devices lifespan and reduce E-waste at the city level learning from the Barcelona experience
5th February 2019 · 2:00 PM (CET)
webinarCollection of bio-waste in densely populated areas
4th December 2018 · 2:00 PM (CET)
webinar10 years to reach EU targets: How to make it happen?
2nd October 2018 · 2:00 PM (CET)
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