Can you help us? Where to save waste by re-using

This summer, we want to draw attention to as many resources as possible for re-using things that we don't use anymore, or for repairing those that no longer work. The aim is to turn this information into a national directory, which will be the result of all the local Amigos de la Tierra groups working together. We're interested in showing alternatives for reducing the quantity of clothes, furniture, white goods, bikes, electronic products and tools that we throw into the rubbish. All Read more...

Download the ‘Municipal, community and domestic composting in Mallorca: challenges and alternatives’ presentations

As you know, Amics de la Terra, the Raiguer community and Porreres council organised five activities under the heading of 'Municipal, community and domestic composting in Mallorca: challenges and alternatives', analysing the current situation for organic waste in Mallorca, the main challenges faced and possible alternatives. Find out more about the courses, days and programmes. During the technical days, four experts spoke about waste, giving a guided tour of: European, state and Read more...

5th of July Visit to Ca’n Caló estate (Ruberts, Sencelles)

Amics de la Terra, Porreres town hall and the Raiguer community are pleased to invite you to 5 activities under the “Local, communal and domestic composting in Mallorca. Challenges and alternatives” motto, which aim to analyse the current situation of organic waste in Mallorca, the main challenges the island faces and possible alternatives. Triptic jornades i activitats compost 10:00 h to 13:00 h. We will visit an organic farming estate (www.cancalo.com) that makes compost from all Read more...

2nd and 3rd of July: Technical conference: Local, communal and domestic composting

Amics de la Terra, Porreres town hall and the Raiguer community are pleased to invite you to 5 activities under the “Local, communal and domestic composting in Mallorca. Challenges and alternatives” motto, which aim to analyse the current situation of organic waste in Mallorca, the main challenges the island faces and possible alternatives. Where: Thursday 2nd of July (Multipurpose Room, carrer Veiet 17, Porreres) and the same activities are repeated Friday 3rd of July (Ses Cases des Read more...

27th of June: Communal – agricultural composting workshop and compost building

Amics de la Terra, Porreres town hall and the Raiguer community are pleased to invite you to 5 activities under the “Local, communal and domestic composting in Mallorca. Challenges and alternatives” motto, which aim to analyse the current situation of organic waste in Mallorca, the main challenges the island faces and possible alternatives. Where: The workshop will take place at the Coanegre Cooperative, Son Llaüt industrial estate, Son Barca estate in Santa Maria del Camí. Schedule: Read more...

Can you help us? Where to save waste by re-using

This summer, we want to draw attention to as many resources as possible for re-using things that we don't use anymore, or for repairing those that no longer work. The aim is to turn this information into a national directory, which will be the result of all the local Amigos de la Tierra groups working together. We're interested in showing alternatives for reducing the quantity of clothes, furniture, white goods, bikes, electronic products and tools that we throw into the rubbish. All Read more...

Do you still shop with plastic bags? Catch up! ‘Zero Bag, Zero Waste’

At Amics de la Terra, we 're celebrating it with a draw for 10 cotton bags, a petition signing and a few interesting ideas and facts to help you find out what's behind the consumption of single-use bags. Perhaps you re-use them, but for how long can you do this? A plastic bag can take up to 500 years to degrade... For how long do you have one? The supermarkets charge just a few cents for them and small shops give them away. Most plastic bags come from China, Thailand and Read more...
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