LEITAT presented the WDS project at the LIFE GreenWoolf Workshop on June 16, 2016 (Biella, Italy). This workshop was organized by CNR-ISMAC. This workshop is important in terms of Networking with industrial technicians, researchers and engineering companies. Link to the presentation. Link to the photos.
RMT presented the WDS project at the 41th AEQCT Symposium on April 14, 2016 (Barcelona). This conference was organized by the AEQCT (Spanish Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists) and focused on the sustainability in the textile sector. This symposium is important in terms of relations between industrial technicians, researchers and commercial textile industries. Link to Publication.
LEITAT presented the LIFE WDS project during the Opening Day Session at Centre Innovació Anoia in Vilanova del Camí (Barcelona), 27th November 2015. The Session was organised in the framework of the European Week for Waste Reduction, promoted by the Catalan Waste Agency within the European project LIFE+. The European Week for Waste Reduction (EWWR) is an initiative aiming to promote the implementation of awareness-raising actions about sustainable resource and waste management during a single week. During the Opening Day Session at Centre Innovació Anoia, successful examples of waste valorization were shown.
LEITAT attended the meeting of the Technology Platform Food for Life-Spain Working Group “Quality, production and sustainability” 5th November 2015 (Madrid). During the meeting, the representatives of the WDS project had the opportunity to explore synergies with other LIFE project coordinators, LIFE MIX FERTILIZER – LIFE12 ENV/ES/689
Participacion en el evento Atelier FRANCE , 4-6 of Noviembre 2015 – Nota de prensa
LEITAT presented a poster about the Life Cycle Management for the Wool Dry Scouring, WDS project, at the 7th International Conference on Life Cycle Management. The “LCM 2015 – Life Cycle Management for product sustainability value creation”, was held on Bordeaux (France), 30th August – 2nd September 2015). The Life Cycle Management conferences are established as one of the leading conference series worldwide in the field of environmental, economical and social sustainability. The unique feature of LCM is developing practical solutions for the implementation of life cycle approaches into strategic and operational decision-making. The Life Cycle Conference is for international decision-makers from science, industry, NGOs and public bodies. Modtissimo
CSIC IQAC attended the 40 Symposium AEQCT, 14th May 2015 (Barcelona). This congress was organized by the AEQCT (Spanish Association of Textile Chemical and Colourist) and focused on the efforts of the textile sector to overcome the current challenges. This symposium is important in terms of relationships between industrial technicians.
LEITAT attended the meeting of the Technology Platform Food for Life-Spain Working Group “Quality, production and sustainability” 4th November 2014 (Madrid). During the meeting, the representatives of the WDS project had the opportunity to explore synergies with other LIFE projects represented at the conference, like the project the LIFE12 ENV/ES/00072 REVA-WASTE project (Link) and LIFE13 ENV/ES/001115 VALPORC project (Link)
LEITAT and CSIC attended the International Textile Conference, 2nd October 2014 (Terrassa). AEI Tèxtils, together with ACTE, Terrassa Town hall and INTEXTER (UPC), organized an International Textile Conference. The aim of the conference, with the motto “Weaving the future with the yarn of innovation” was to create a meeting place for the international textile industry, both traditional and technical and promoting Terrassa and Catalonia in general as a reference textile site, which still has an important industrial fabric and several organizations to support R&D and innovation, contributing to improve the sector’ competitiveness. There was an attendance of 170 people. The leaflets of the WDS projects were distributed among the members attending the conference. (Link).
LEITAT attended the GREEN WEEK 3rd-5th June 2014 (Brussels), the biggest annual conference on European environmental policy that this year focused on the theme “Circular Economy, Resource Efficiency & Waste”. The leaflets of the WDS project were distributed among the exhibitors and the members attending the conferences. The 2014 edition attracted some 2000 participants from government, business and industry, non-governmental organisations, academia and the media.
LEITAT attended the LIFE WASTE PLATFORM meeting on 3rd June 2014 (Brussels). Some 100 LIFE projects attended the platform meeting on waste, held during Green Week in Brussels. The attendants split into three groups to discuss the impact of LIFE on policy implementation, waste technologies and innovation, and the replication of LIFE projects. The WDS project participated at the LIFE Waste Platdorms actively and the nerworking was a great opportunity for debate, exchanges of experience and best practice amoong government, business and industry, non-governmental organisations, academia and public. In particular, LEITAT was able to get together with LIFE+ projects Coordinators related to the wool sector such as LIFE12ENV/IT/439/GREENWOOLF project and others related to organic waste (link). LEITAT has also the opportunity to get in contact with th coordinators of other LIFE+ projects of the thematic of information and Nature, climate change and agriculture.
CSIC IQAC attended the 39 Symposium AEQCT 21st May 2014 (Barcelona). This congress was organized by the AEQCT (Spanish Association of Textile Chemical and Colourist) and focused on reasons to continue in the textile sector. This symposium is important in terms of relationships between industrial technicians, researchers and commercial industries of textile sector and there was an attendance of 96 people. Link
CSIC-IQAC attended the NEGOTEC Congress 26th NOv 2013 (Terrassa) (table at showroom). The congress was organized by the ATIT (Association of Textile Industry Technicians) and focused on the new paradigm of the textile sector. A discussion was performed during the congress with the assistance of around 80 people. Link