Municipalities use a lot of hazardous substances during every-day’s operation in all of their premises: cleaning agents, office materials, furniture, IT products, personal care products, medical products etc. From this website it possible to find very practical and easy-to-implement hazardous substance emission reduction actions that could be applied at the municipal level. The aim is to highlight what the municipality itself can do to reduce emissions of hazardous substances from their operations and to encourage other enterprises to act in similar way.
NonHazCity at INTERREG Conference
On Tuesday and Wednesday (09/-10/04/19) the BEF Germany Team participated at the INTERREG conference in Lübeck. Around 100 INTERREG projects were briefly presented and discussed in different pitch sessions. Heidrun Fammler (deputy project manager) summarized NonHazCity in five minutes in the “Hazards to the sea” session. Project material such as plastic material containing hazardous substances […]
NonHazCity final conference and results!
The final conference of NonHazCity was held in the end of January in Riga. During those two days exciting discussions about the experiences gained in the project, about project highlights and about specific chemical action plans on different levels (municipality, businesses) took place. There were a lot of ideas to be shared and thoughts reflected […]
Less hazardous chemicals in households, pre-schools and municipalities: End of NonHazCity project
The NonHazCity project has been finalised: Less hazardous chemicals in households, pre-schools and municipalities Almost 100 wastewater samples were analysed to define the priority hazardous substances in the municipalities, concluding that traditional pollutants like heavy metals have been successfully managed but organic substances are widely detected – also in residential areas, meaning from residential uses. […]