Links

Here a list of organisations and links (in alfabetical order) which support the idea the “100 – First Zero Waste and Organic Cycle Organisation” for a long term sustainable development.

 

 Logo ARGE Compost and Biogas

ARGE Compost & Biogas

The association of compost and biogas plant operators for closd organic loop management in several Austrian provinces

www.kompost-biogas.info

logo_eeb

European Environmantal Bureau EEB

The environmantak citizens organisation is the EEB is the environmental voice of its members and European citizens.

www.eeb.org

 Logo European Compost Network ECN

European Compost Network ECN e.V.

Network working on Organic Resources and Biological Treatment in Europe

www.compostnetwork.info

 Logo ISWA

International Solid Waste Association ISWA

The world’s leading network promoting professional and sustainable waste management

www.iswa.org

 GMI

Global Methane Initiative

The Global Methane Initiative (GMI) promotes cost-effective, near-term methane recovery through partnerships between developed and developing countries, with participation from the private sector, development banks, and nongovernmental organizations.

www.globalmethane.org

 Logo Zero Waste Europe

ZERO WASTE Europe

The Euroepan Network for Closing the Loop of Materials,
Phasing Out Toxics & Emissions
www.zerowasteeurope.eu

 Link Zerowaste International

ZERO WASTE International Alliance

Is working towards a world without waste
http://zwia.org

 ilogo

IWWG Task group on Prevention of Food Waste

Nevertheless a large quantity of still edible food is disposed of during all stages of production, processing, distribution and usage. A part is still suitable for human consumption such as surpluses from agriculture, processing and trade, surplus cooked meals from hospitality sector or food which is disposed of with unopened packaging or only partly used food (e.g. half loaf of bread) at household level. In addition to the social and ethical issues as well as economic value involved in the wastage of edible food, considerable efforts are required in the correct handling of food residues in waste management. A huge amount of food waste is directly landfilled worldwide and converted into methane due to the conditions present. Thus, high quality food produced through use of various resources in compliance with strict legal restrictions continues to contribute towards global climate change even at the end of life.
http://https://www.tuhh.de/iue/iwwg/task-groups/food-waste.html