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Scope of the Life ZCW project in Social Networks during 2018

The partners of the LIFE Zero Cabin Waste Project consortium use social networks like LinkedIn and Twitter to make the actions and advances of the project more visible.The publications with the most impact usually contains audiovisual material of the project, as well as news about meetings or events of special relevance such as the Conference [...]

2019-02-20T07:49:26+00:0020 de February, 2019|Zero Cabin Waste Project|0 Comments

Networking with Air Nostrum to promote the selective collection on waste on board

On February 19th, Iberia welcomed Air Nostrum at its facilities in La Muñoza to present them the new waste bin developed by the Zero Cabin Waste for the selective collection of waste on board. Air Nostrum, an Iberia Group’s airline, is involved in several projects to reduce the environmental impact of its operation, being one [...]

2019-04-02T06:24:50+00:0020 de February, 2019|Zero Cabin Waste Project|0 Comments

Monitoring characterizations of Category 3 waste

Catering waste generated on European flights is considered Category 3 material, according to Regulation No 1069/2009 (Animal by-products Regulation). This waste can be managed like the organic waste that we produce in our homes, since it doesn’t represent a risk to health. The organic matter and other non-recyclable waste generated by the catering activity, [...]

2019-02-15T07:28:44+00:0015 de February, 2019|Zero Cabin Waste Project|0 Comments

LIFE ZCW follow-up meeting

On January 30 a new follow-up meeting of the project took placed, attended by representatives from Iberia, Gate Gourmet, Ecoembes, Ferrrovial and ESCI –UPF, the latter through video call. This meeting was convened with a double objective; get to know the new team of Ferrovial and review the progress made in the last month [...]

2019-02-19T09:53:19+00:0015 de February, 2019|Zero Cabin Waste Project|0 Comments

Publication in the Ronda magazine

Last January, an article on the LIFE Zero Cabin Waste project was published in Ronda magazine of Iberia, on page 84. This publication is available in more than 7.400 domestic, European and international flights of Iberia, reaching out 1,649,477 passengers. The article was published in Spanish and English and this was its content: We [...]

2019-05-17T06:24:30+00:0011 de February, 2019|Zero Cabin Waste Project|0 Comments

Monitoring of waste separation on board

On October 2018 began the selective collection on board in domestic and European flights of Iberia. Specifically, the separation was implemented in 20 daily flights, to be progressively extended to all flights. Periodically characterizations of the waste collected in these flights are carried out to monitor the quality of the separation on board. The [...]

2019-02-06T10:35:57+00:006 de February, 2019|Zero Cabin Waste Project|0 Comments

Evolution of the amount of waste collected

One of the monitoring indicators of the project is the amount of waste generated in Gate Gourmet facilities during the year. The waste comes from the activity of the catering and flights and is deposited in the area of compactors, differentiating four different kind waste: Category 1: Waste that comes from non-European international [...]

2019-02-01T12:27:04+00:001 de February, 2019|Zero Cabin Waste Project|0 Comments

Presenting Zero Cabina Waste at FITUR 2019

In January 25th, within the International Tourism Fair, FITUR, which took place in Madrid from January 23rd to 27th, the event “Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible, pautas para la acción” – Sustainable Development Goals, guidelines for action- was held by the Spanish global Compact Network and in which Iberia had the opportunity to present the [...]

2019-03-20T11:23:04+00:0028 de January, 2019|Zero Cabin Waste Project|0 Comments

Monitoring characterizations of the quality of packaging waste

The packaging waste collected in the flights with separation on board and those generated by the catering activity itself, are introduced together in a 20m3 capacity compactor in Gate Gourmet facilities.Periodically, a characterization of this compactor is carried out to check the quality of this waste. That is, a composition study of a representative sample [...]

2019-01-24T13:01:00+00:0024 de January, 2019|Zero Cabin Waste Project|0 Comments

Scope of the Zero Cabin Waste website in 2018

Thanks to this website, created to disseminate the Zero Cabin Waste Project, it is shown the progress made in the context of the project week by week, the impact on the press as well as different dissemination materials and presentations are available.  In 2018, 52 news were published on the web and more than 40 [...]

2019-01-08T12:40:14+00:008 de January, 2019|Zero Cabin Waste Project|0 Comments