LIFE EWAS Results Presented in Barcelona & Chania – 23 March 2017



LIFE EWAS Results Presented in Barcelona – 23 March 2017

On the 23rd of March the results of the LIFE EWAS have been presented in Barcelona, Spain in a workshop organized by ENT. The almost 50 attendees had the opportunity to find out how to improve the efficiency of waste management through the sensorization of containers and the modeling of collection routes. Finally, a debate was opened on the application of ICT technologies in municipal waste management. Below you may view the agenda of the workshop.

Agenda (Workhop life EWAS)- Pati Llimona de Barcelona (C / del Regomir, 3)- 23rd of March)

11:00 a.m. | Welcome and registration of participants. Coffee

11.15h. | Start of the act

11.30 p.m. | Presentation of ICT technologies applied for the improvement of waste management

12.00h | Presentation of the results achieved with the application of the technologies in the city of Seville

12.30pm. | Open discussion with participants: How can we apply these technologies in our context? For what fractions? What benefit does its use generate, beyond improving the efficiency of the collection?

13.30h. | Closing of the workshop


Workshop Barcelona

Workshop Barcelona – 23 March 2017


LIFE EWAS Results Presented in Chania – 23 March 2017

DEDISA organized a regional workshop in Chania, on the 30th of March, in order to disseminate the results of the LIFE EWAS project and to announce the operation of the project’s social platform. The workshop attracted a number of participants from local authorities and citizens who raised questions during the presentations. Below you may view the agenda of the workshop.


Agenda (Chania Townhall- 23 March 2017)

11:15 - 11:30

Welcome Chairman of DEDISA SA

11:30 - 11:45

Kostantinos Paterakis introduction to EWAS project

11:45 - 13:50

Panagiotis Chazirakis Technical issues and Evaluation of EWAS

13:50 - 14:20

Maria Tsakona D-WASTE ICT in waste management

Workshop Chania

Workshop Chania –30 March 2017

Title: Efficient and sustainable waste management methodologies using ICT tools enabling GHG emissions reduction

Grant agreement no.:  LIFE13 ENV/ES/000725

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