Circular Economy, Zero Waste Concept, Recycling society, Biobased Economy – these are the slogans we currently find everywhere around us.
Obviously the current practice in urban and rural societies looks very different. To move towards the zero waste biocycle society is presumably a huge challenge for the government, local administrations and the individual citizens.
- The resource scarcity and ever increasing energy costs tell us that WE HAVE TO ACT,
- bring together the most experience experts and colleagues being engage in waste reduction, separate collection and recycling, aiming to a zero waste;
- Close the organic cycle by the means of humus production and decentralise composting of all available resources.
These aspects for starting actions or the zero waste biocycle society form the vision of “100 – First Zero Waste and Organic Cycle Organisation”.