BIOMASA in recent days has implemented within the promotion of the use of biomass professional seminar "Options biomass processing - types of fuels from biomass", which was part of the opening ceremony of laying the foundation stone of Biomass logistics center and set itself the task of increasing the use of domestic raw materials, efficient production of domestic biofuels, employ people, reduce greenhouse gas pollution and in particular help reduce dependence on fossil fuel imports from Russia. Slovakia its attention focuses on the use of nuclear energy, fossil fuel imports mainly from Russia. Read more in the current issue of the Nové noviny centrum, where General Director of BIOMASA - Ladislav Zidek summed unflattering view of the current situation of support the use of renewable energy sources in Slovakia. Article can be found on page 8.
BIOMASA Association participated on conference „Circular economy" in Brussels, which was part of GREEN WEEK event. We also receive award BEST LIFE ENVIRONMENT PROJECT 2013.
More about event you can read in article – Circular economy and BEST, wich was published this week in NNC.
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BIOMASA Association participated in organization of event EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW). EUSEW is an initiative of the European Commission and is coordinated by the Executive Agency for Small and Medium - sized Enterprises (EASME), in close cooperation with the European Commission's Directorate - General for Energy. The main goal of event is to promote a sustainable way of life in Europe. Way of life which preserves basic needs for life, diversity of nature and the natural functions of ecosystems for future generations.
European Commission annually awards the best implemented projects from LIFE programme which was ended to the end of the 2013. There was project of BIOMASA Association from Kysucky Lieskovec between these projects this year. BIOMASA Association with their own project CHEFUB - Creative high efficient and effective use of biomass is ranked among the best projects across Europe.