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The first Slovenian municipalities on the path to Zero Waste
Ecologists without borders, in cooperation with the National Council of the Republic of Slovenia and the Zero Waste Europe are preparing a consultation on Zero Waste concept and the first Slovenian municipalities and the first European capitals towards Zero Waste.
You are cordially invited to the conference
“The first Slovenian municipalities on the path to Zero Waste ‘- program.
On Tuesday, 9 September 2014
at 9:30 am in the hall of the National Council.
Guests of the European network of national organizations and local communities Zero Waste Europe will be talking about Zero Waste concept and presented the achievements of some examples of good practice. The first European Capital and First Slovenian municipalities on the path to Zero Waste – Municipality of Ljubljana, Vrhnika, Borovnica and Log Dragomer – will be presented as to why they have decided to adopt zero-waste and what are their plans for the coming years.
Introduction of guests is available at this link.
Interpretation will be provided. Sign up for consultation is mandatory for participation is free of charge. To enter the hall of the National Council need an identity document.
Deadline by Friday, 5 September, register using this form.
Invitation in PDF format is available at this link.
For further information, please contact:
Katja Sreš, public relations, 040 255 433, email@example.com