LIFE Info Day

Ministry of Environment of Slovak republic organized an information meeting - LIFE Info Day within increase awareness and knowledge about the LIFE program for the new programming period 2014 - 2020 on 23th May 2014. The event was organized in the State Geological Institute in Bratislava.

BIOMASA Association of legal entities presented their own experience with LIFE projects. General director of Association Mr. Ladislav Zidek introduced projects ILUBE and CHEFUB that BIOMASA implemented and also SMAPUDE_LIFE which is currently in implementation.



eusew2014-logo  kópiaEUSEW 2014 in Slovakia will be organised by BIOMASA, Association of Legal Entities. BIOMASA prepare the workshop "Energy from biomass" focused on promotion and raising public awareness about renewable energy for heating as ecological fuel and positive impacts of its use for environmental protection.


Trainees from Great Britain in BIOMASA

From 6th to 19th May 2014 BIOMASA, Association was visited by trainees – Ewan, Samuel, Adrian – students from Great Britain within Lifelong Learning programe Leonardo Da Vinci mobility PLM – people in the labour market and SMAPUDE_LIFE project. The Leonardo da Vinci Programme funds practical projects in the field of vocational education and training. Leonardo da Vinci Mobility programme is an initiatives providing the opportunity to individuals for work-related training abroad. This programme is part of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Commission. Includes mobility initiatives enabling people to train in another country.


GREEN WEEK 2014 - Biomass – energy without end

BIOMASA Association of legal entities also in this year organized „Open doors" event – Biomass – energy without end within satellite event GREEN WEEK from 2nd May to 7th May 2014. The main goal of event is raise awareness of wide public in the field of protection and creation of the environment. The theme for 2014 is Circular economy – saving resources, creating jobs. A circular economy is the logical solution for a resource-constrained world. It's a place where almost nothing is wasted, where the re-use and remanufacturing of products has become standard practice, and where sustainability is built into the fabric of society.