Around one third of all waste generated in the EU comes from construction and demolition activities. Because of this, EDA has collaborated with PEDMEDE ECO to create a webinar related to this topic.
More specifically, the webinar “Meeting CDW management challenges in Greece” dealt with Construction and Demolition Waste (CDW) and how this issue is going to be tackled in Greece since PEDMEDE ECO has worked on a project to reduce this type of waste and spread awareness to the industry.
Mr. Michail Daktylidis, president of PEDMEDE, together with Ms. Paraskevi Angelakopoulou, Project Manager of PEDMEDE, and other experts, dealt with questions such as “what is the current situation of the demolition industry?” and “what training materials are available in the PEDMEDE CDW Program?”
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Part 1: Presentation
- What is EDA?
- What is PEDMEDE ECO?
- Why do we do this webinar?
Part 2: CDW management challenges in Greece
- What is the current situation of the demolition industry?
- What are the challenges to do urban demolition?
- What are the main CDW management challenges?
Part 3: PEDMEDE CDW Program
- What is it?
- What training materials are available?
- What is the pilot training and what is its purpose?
Part 4: Questions and comments from participants
|Mr. Michail Daktylidis||Ms. Paraskevi Angelakopoulou||Ms. Kalliopi Papadaki
Hellenic Ministry of Environment and Energy
|Mr. Antonis Mpatsos|
|Date||February 9th, 2022|
|Video||Recording of the webinar|
|Format||On-line: The video is available at the bottom of this page for logged in users with valid access.|
|Conference book||Includes all the slides presented by the speakers|
|Format||On-line: The document is available at the bottom of this page for logged in users with valid access.|
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