Experts and business participated in the webinar "Circular economy and e-waste management of ICT companies"

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"Circular economy and e-waste management  of ICT companies" is the topic of the third webinar, which took place within the framework of the "ICT Greening Up Initiative", funded by the Norwegian Financial Mechanism (Norway Grants ) 2014-2021, "Development of business, innovation and small and medium-sized enterprises" program. The project is implemented by the Burgas Cluster in partnership with the ProspectiM Association".


In the video of the event, you can get acquainted with the presentations of Silvana Ritsi, who has in-depth knowledge in the application of European and Bulgarian legislation in the field of the circular economy, waste from electrical and electronic equipment, end-of-life vehicles, battery waste and batteries and the hazardous waste regulations. Rizzi is a member of the EU EIT "Raw materials" expert group and the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) Sustainable resource expert group.


In the webinar with its own panel, under the motto "Circular Economy", the rector of Burgas Free University Prof. Milen Baltov took part. 

Iva Jambazova, who is Head of Human Experience Management at Digital Lights, was invited this time in the column for good business practices. The lady has over 20 years of HR and IT experience, having been with Digital Lights since the company's inception.


Traditionally, the moderator of the online event was Atanaska Nikolova, who is a co-founder and a member of the Board of Directors of the ProspectiM association. 


"Initiative for greener ICT" started the green transformation of the information and communication technology sector in the Burgas region. The project provides local businesses with support, training and competence building on topics such as sustainable business models, green innovation, circular economy and resource and energy efficiency.


The entire recording of the third webinar can be seen here: