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Leonardo da Vinci 2007-2009

Since the second half of 2007 Abrys Sp. z o.o., for the second time, is involved as the transnational partner in the Leonardo da Vinci project "BLES Blended Learning Environmental Science in the Field of Biodegradable Waste". The contractor of this project is Bildungszentrum für die Entsorgungs- und Wasserwirtschaft GmbH based in Duisburg.

The Project's goal 

Learn more about biodegradable waste
In Poland about 4 million tons of biological waste are generated in one year. Every one of us produces biological waste every day. As a matter of fact 150 million tons of organic waste is generated in the whole European community in one year. In many countries the major part of it will be deposited on landfills and so be discharged from the recycling circuit and the closed loop economy.
In times of dwindling energy resources and energy saving demands we have to find alternative ways to handle this potential resource of biodegradable waste.The EU-funded project BLES develops a new qualification for workers in the field of waste management, who have to manage organic waste fractions.
The aim of this project is to create and evaluate a training level, which is uniform in every European country. The qualification levels in different European countries are as different as these countries themselves.
To support the growing together of Europe we have to make sure, that people are able to work in every country they want to work in. That’s why a good and comparable qualification in the field of environmental technologies has to be established.
Partners in Bulgaria, Estonia, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta and Poland comprise the project team of BLES. The team develops 6 web-based training units. The first learning unit will start in November 2008.

Standardized European Qualification Level

In the research project “Recyoccupation”, finished in 2003, the qualification standard of the so called profession “Eco-Recycler” was created. On this basis, the BLES-Project integrates a new curriculum with the topic “Biodegradable Waste”.
At the end of the course, the participants in every partner country have the same knowledge about the contents of handling and managing organic waste fractions.
The learning units offer statistical facts about the accrual, the source, the quantity and the composition of biological waste, the natural scientific basics of chemical, physical and biological correlations of organic waste, the principles of the processes to handle waste fractions and specific technologies to collect, transport waste as well as the different treatments of biodegradable waste in the different countries.
The participants will also have a look into the basic structure of the EU legislation, the national rights and the local regulations to give a safe frame for working in this branch.

Learning units

Unit 1: Sources and quantities of organic waste

  • Organic waste – Basics and definitions
  • Volume of organic waste
  • Quantities of organic waste fractions
  • Statistical data on organic waste


Unit 2: Composition and characteristics of organic waste

  • Chemical composition of organic material
  • Physical characteristics
  • Biological coherences
  • Microbiological specifics
  • Natural science basics for the treatment of biological waste


Unit 3: Legislative basics

  • Background of legislative guidelines
  • Global waste relevant regulations and treaties
  • Overview of the European environmental legislation
  • Specific European legislation for waste disposal (Waste Framework Directive)
  • National legislations
  • Special legislations for biological waste
  • Regional and local regulations and law enforcements


Unit 4: Logistic, collection and transport of biodegradable waste fraction

  • Definition, amount, acceptation and targets of the logistic
  • Responsibilties
  • Waste collecting systems
  • Waste collecting cars
  • Long distance transports and container change stations
  • Organisation and technical equipment of different collecting systems
  • Recycling stations
  • Specifics of the collection and transport of organic waste fractions
  • Concepts and procedures of the collection and transport of organic waste fractions


Unit 5: Treatment of biodegradable waste

  • Basics of waste conditioning
  • Different techniques to treat organic waste

- Composting
- Fermentation
- Emission of biological treatment
- Mechanical biological treatment (MBT)

  • Pros and cons of the processes
  • Future trends
  • Allocation of organic waste fractions to different treatment processes
  • Best available technologies (BAT)


Unit 6: Climate protection - potentials of organic waste

  • Relevance of the waste management to the climate and resource protections
  • Relevance of recent treatment technologies to the climate protection
  • Future possibilities and technological trends and its relevance to climate protection

The learning concept

The course is structured according to a Blended Learning concept. That means, the participants learn on a learning platform, via Internet, and additionally attend one attendance seminar/workshop for every learning unit at a local (national) training centre. The online-units follow the principles of open-distance-learning courses. They include the learning targets, the contents with exercises and self-learn questions at the end of each unit. If the test at the end of the unit has a positive result, the learner may start with the next learning unit.
At the end of the whole course there is a written test to certify the qualification.

Target Group

Workers and technical employees of waste management companies, waste management agencies and local environment authorities, unemployed persons with technical qualification searching a job in the field of waste management services

Precondition to participate: an Internet access, a multimedia PC

Partners:

  • Abrys, Poland
  • Baltic Environmental Forum, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania
  • Bildungszentrum für die Entsorgungs- und Wasserwirtschaft GmbH, Germany
  • EPC - Eimer Projekt Consulting, Germany
  • Fraunhofer Institut für Umwelt-, Sicherheits- und Energietechnik UMSICHT, Germany
  • Ministry for Gozo, Centre for Arts & Crafts, Malta
  • Ibus, Bulgaria
  • Municipality of Nedelino, Bulgaria
  • zeitec Software GmbH, Germany

Contact:

Joanna Paszyk
Abrys Sp. z o.o.
ul. Daleka 22, 60-124 Poznań, Poland
Phone:+48 784 001 818
Fax:+48 61 655-81-01
e-mail: j.paszyk@abrys.pl

 

MORE INFORMATION: www.bles-online.eu

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