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    Eradicate food waste in colleges

    Menden (Germany)

    Type of stakeholder: Education
    Type of strategy: Waste as a resource (e.g.: composting and recycling )

    At the end of year 2014 the Lozere Department engaged in a territorial plan of waste prevention. Among the different actions, the Department has implemented an action in three pilot colleges to fight food waste in the canteens. The ambitious Read more [...]

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    Awareness campaign: Ham to Oil

    Helsinki (Finland)

    Type of stakeholder:
    • Government
    • Non-profit
    • Private sector
    Type of strategy: Waste as a resource (e.g.: composting and recycling )

    The Ham trick (Kinkkutemppu in Finnish) is a consumer campaign that was organised in 2016 and 2017 in Finland during the Christmas period. The Ham trick is a cross-sectoral co-operation with Finnish companies and organizations. The aim of the campaign was to Read more [...]

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    Farming on public ground: Umea Municipality

    Umeå (Sweden)

    Type of stakeholder: Government
    Type of strategy:
    • Product Life Extension (e.g.: repair and share)
    • Other

    Within Umeå municipality there are currently a number of possibilities for urban cultivation as the municipality is giving associations the possibility to use public space for growing food intitiaves in public spaces around the city. The Municipality leases out land Read more [...]

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    Composting from unplanned settlements: Stellenbosch Municipality

    Stellenbosch (South Africa)

    Type of stakeholder: Government
    Type of strategy: Waste as a resource (e.g.: composting and recycling )

    Waste was being pilled up near an unplanned settlement (Enkanini) in Stellenbosch Municipality. An alternative food waste treatment method was piloted in Enkanini in partnership with Stellenbosch Municipality and Probiokashi (Pty) Ltd. The method used bokashi substrate to treat food Read more [...]