Three-step-training in October

The three-step-training held by the experts of the Norwegian Norges Vel Organization has finished on the 22-23rd of October. During the three meetings foresters, commoners, forest- and pasture owners, as well as environmental protectionists have gained a theoretical and practical insight into the details of a sustainable green waste management. Beside the operation of the machines and the production process of the high quality biomass originating from the forest and pasture cleaning, the participants learned about the cooperating possibilities of this field.

Local specialists have also participated at the training, this way it ended with a meaningful professional experience exchange.

Focusing on green waste management (part three)

On 22-23 of October, the LIA Foundation organizes in Lokodeni the last part of the training called “Sustainable green waste management”, what has been launched in March 2015. The training will take place between 9 am and 17 pm, both days and the lecturers will be Jorun Tønnesen and Johan Ellingsen from the Norwegian Norges Vel Organization, while the target group is still the leaders and members of the forestry’s, public interest leaders, pasture and forest owners, environmental specialists.

The program in October, continuing the previous trainings, contains the following topics:

  • Production of quality wood chips, briquettes, drying and storage conditions - experiences of production, drying and storage conditions, acquired in the last half year at LIA.
  • Technical requirements for green waste management.
  • Cleaning of pastures and forests, waste processing - micro and macroeconomic factors.
  • Opportunities in green waste management in rural areas - economics and environmental protection, social education.
  • Cooperation - institutions, advocacy organizations, public authorities
  • Vision of future, opportunities in green waste management.

The number of free training places is limited; please apply under the following phone number: 0724 322 723.

Since the end of the 2014-2015 heating season, there were more than 50 requests for disconnection from the common heating system in Odorheiu Secuiesc

Since the end of the 2014-2015 heating season, there were more than 50 requests for disconnection from the common heating system in Odorheiu Secuiesc. The city's heating system will be extended by autumn 2015 with six boilers, mostly based on biomass - reported on the front page of Udvarhelyi Híradó newspaper...

Researching and innovating programs and initiatives regarding biomass - workshop organised by Green Energy Cluster

During the European Sustainable Development Week 2015, the Green Energy Cluster from Sfântu Gheorghe  organized a workshop on biomass.

At this event the project realized by LIA „Sustainable green waste management in Harghita County” has also been presented to the public.