Waste as a resource and zero landfill

VISION

Reverse the macro-economic paradigm to create a dynamic balance for more sustainable development

PROGRAM

Active and proactive participation in programs that look to the future, to achieve eco-sustainable development goals

PLANNING

Strategic planning based on the new paradigm of the circular economy and digital technology

PROJECT

Solutions with a high technical and technological content, capable of applying in a structured way product, process and organizational innovation

ABOUT US

World Union for  Sustainable Development

 

ZERO WASTE establishes itself thanks to the fundamental collaboration of highly qualified professionals, companies and industry, universities and researchers, investors and lenders, companies that combine passion and hard work, to respond to the growing sensitivity of issues of environmental, economic and social sustainability.

A set of reliable interlocutors with a high standing that share the same physical and virtual environment (Productive Cluster), so as to form a recognizable group, united by organizational, economic and common interests.

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ZERO WASTE

TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM

ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES FOR AN INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT BASED ON SUSTAINABILITY CRITERIA AND MINIMIZATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IDENTITY MANAGEMENT

SUSTAINABLE APPROACH

CREATING A DYNAMIC BALANCE FOR A MORE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT BY INVERTING THE MACRO-ECONOMIC PARADIGM, OR INTERPRETING THE REGULATIONS WITHIN A GENERAL FRAMEWORK FOR QUALITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT, THAT INCENTIVES THE COMPETITIVE AND COOPERATIVE RELATIONSHIP IN ORDER TO CREATE HEALTHY ENVIRONMENTS AND CLEAN.

VALUE PROVIDER

HOLISTIC APPROACH

MULTIFUNCTIONAL, MULTILIAL AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY COMPETENCE CENTER WHICH AIMS ARE:

  • DESIGN OF THE COLLECTION, DISPOSAL AND WASTE TREATMENT SERVICES.

  • PROMOTING RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES TO MAKE MACHINERY FOR THE RECOVERY OF WASTE AT ZERO EMISSIONS.

  • PLANNING THE COMPANY AND TERRITORIAL STRATEGIES TO FOCUS THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ZERO WASTE PROGRAM.

CHANGE MANAGEMENT

QUANTUM APPROACH

MANAGE PROCESSES REQUIRING A SPECTACULAR MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION EFFORT THROUGH A PEER-TO-PEER SYSTEM THAT USES THE BLOCK CHAIN TECHNOLOGY FOR THE INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT, FOR THEIR TRACEABILITY AND FOR EXCHANGING, PURCHASING AND SELLING AUTOMATICALLY WASTE, WITHOUT INTERMEDIATION OF CENTRALIZED OPERATORS.

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FOR OUR CUSTOMERS!

HIGH EFFICIENCY INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS BASED ON THE NEW PARADIGM OF CIRCULAR ECONOMY AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY.

  • NEW ECONOMY: Select reliable partners with a high standing, and protect business in the fight against unfair competition;

  • INFO PROVIDER: Redefining its development strategies, through corporate or territorial planning;

  • SERVICES PROVIDER: Integrating products and services with other complementary products by applying product, process and organizational innovations;

  • WORK HUB: Engaging the best skills, based on shared standards and methodologies;

  • FINANCIAL HUB: Combine with development projects, financing or investment solutions;

  • BUSINESS HUB: Purchase or exchange products and services even through virtual currency.

 

FOR OUR SUPPLIERS!

MANAGE CHANGE AND REPOSITIONING, INCREASING INNOVATIVE CAPABILITY AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT.

  • NEW ECONOMY: Report on occasional new business opportunities and / or valuable relationships, and be solicited on a complementary basis to seize concrete commercial and professional opportunities;

  • INFO PROVIDER: Exchange information of a technical, commercial and industrial nature;

  • SUPPLIER OF SERVICES: Valuing every single link in the production and distribution chain;

  • WORK HUB: Turning your knowledge into skills;

  • FINANCIAL HUB: Promote research and development activities by investing or financing high-yield projects;

  • BUSINESS HUB: Marketing your products and services through well-structured and planned actions.​

STRATEGIC PLANNING PROGRAM

ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES FOR AN INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT BASED ON SUSTAINABILITY CRITERIA AND MINIMIZATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS

VISION

Waste as a resource and zero landfil!

Unfortunately we can not deny the evidence, in a near future, the quality of life of billions of people, if not even the very survival of the planet, will depend on how much these urban agglomerations and productive ecosystems will adapt to the sustainable use of the resources of the our planet.

The industrial production of materials is today based on the massive use of non-renewable fossil resources. The exploitation of these resources impacts negatively on the environment, being a direct or indirect cause of production and release of greenhouse gases.

The very low biodegradability of conventional plastics chemically synthesized from petroleum, has led to the accumulation in both terrestrial and marine environmental sectors, with serious damage to the ecosystems concerned.

The significant increase in consumption, the high diversification of the goods in circulation and the continuous formulation of new synthetic chemicals, are the factors of our modern era that will affect the environment with irreparable damage.

To believe that it is a problem of our future generations and to remain indifferent to the awareness of this enormous problem is simply disturbing, as it is exactly corresponding to the level of morality of each individual.

Today, every product is inexorably destined to come to the end of life, and in the context of the growing pressure to which production and consumption subject global resources and the environment, it is urgent to redefine a new model of development, moving to a linear economy, which it relies exclusively on the exploitation of resources, on a circular economy, where everything is functional to the other. What was normally considered "waste" can be transformed into a resource.

In a similar sense, the term rejection does not express any judgment on the actual functionality of the good (or material) and its qualitative characteristics, which could still be suitable for use, but rather represents the will of the holder to discard it, will which usually manifests long before the good (or the material) has reached the end of life condition.

We can therefore assume that the waste has a value, and the value is given by the ability of someone else to request it to feed their production processes, for example to produce energy and / or fuels.

The use of by-products and / or organic residues as raw materials alternative to fossil resources, can significantly limit the demand of the latter and at the same time would allow the exploitation of the same waste, increasing the economic sustainability of the industrial activities from which they were produced. Therefore, the central elements that must guide public organizations are primarily the adoption of legislative drivers.

PROGRAM

INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT!

The implementation of the ZERO WASTE program is essentially based on an innovative policy for Quality and the Environment, a management of environmental services on waste based on criteria of sustainability and minimization of environmental impacts. The program is established thanks to the adoption of an innovative Development System capable of managing processes that require a great work of management and coordination, aimed at reducing the production of waste, its reuse, the process of separate collection, recycling, and finally to energy recovery and disposal.

Waste reduction is achieved through the diffusion of a new culture linked to the enhancement and protection of the environment, then to the structured application of product, process and organizational innovations to prevent and intervene at the source of waste production processes.

Reuse, on the other hand, plays a fundamental role in regulating the competitive relationship thanks to the benefits that could derive from the sale or purchase of waste, an essential condition for reversing the macroeconomic paradigm.

The recover process consists of the ability of citizens to diversify waste from a totally undifferentiated collection to a separate collection, together with an intelligent and sustainable transport system.

Waste recycling is the process of transforming waste into reusable materials. It is a fairly recent introduction practice, born in the industrialized countries to meet economic and ecological needs, because it reduces energy consumption and industry costs.

The last phase of the waste management process concerns the material that could not be reused and then recycled, for these are the two solutions of energy recovery through cold or hot systems, such as bio-oxidation (aerobic or anaerobic) , gasification, pyrolysis and incineration or the start of landfilling.

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