RREUSE meeting in Bologna: Four days on bio waste, textiles and social inclusion

In late May, the RREUSE network gathered in Bologna to attend conferences, network meetings and visit local social enterprise initiatives. The programme started off with a workshop on bio waste and more specifically, focused on the transformation of used cooking oils into new products such as biofuels, candles or detergents. The following two days were dedicated to sessions on the various work areas of the RREUSE network which included detailed […]

How to make the most out of bio-waste

How to make the most out of bio-waste

BIOHEC LIFE Workshop: How to make the most out of bio-waste 27 May 2019 Aula Magna, Regione Emilia Romagna Viale Aldo Moro, 30 40127 Bologna, Italy Register here Download the agenda in English here | Scarica l’invito e il programma qui   RREUSE is delighted to invite you to a workshop organised in the framework of the BIOHEC LIFE project to exchange about the potential of bio-waste in the Emilia […]

Opening Conference of the BIOHEC-Life project: The potential of biowaste for a circular Europe

Opening Conference of the BIOHEC-Life project: The potential of biowaste for a circular Europe

Wednesday 15 March 2017, 14:00 – 17:30 European Economic and Social Committee – Rue Belliard 99 • B-1040 Brussels, BE – Room JDE 63 RREUSE is one of the partners in the BIOHEC-Life project which aims at promoting the use of used cooking oils for biodiesel production. The project will be launched with a conference on the potential of biowaste for the circular economy organised by Pour la Solidarité in […]

Position Paper on 3rd Working Document of End of Waste Criteria for Biowaste

Position Paper on 3rd Working Document of End of Waste Criteria for Biowaste

Local, community and neighbourhood composting activities are characterised by using source-separated domestic kitchen waste and green waste, which is both produced and spread locally resulting in benefit to agriculture or ecological improvement and also provides a variety of social and educational benefits. The inputs to these composting and AD activities can all be found on the current positive list that has been drawn up by the JRC, and are source […]

Position Paper on End of Waste Criteria for Compost and Digestate

Position Paper on End of Waste Criteria for Compost and Digestate

End of Waste Criteria for biowaste should be in place in order to allow the free trade of high quality, stable and safe compost and digestate within the EU. These criteria are being formulated primarily to address differences in inputs/processes/outputs of large scale facilities which can often lead to a substandard output compost/digestate. However, for small scale composting facilities, compliance with the stringent End of Waste requirements would be a […]