Students from Center for education "Slava Raškaj" Zagreb visited one of the bestpizzerias in the city of Zagreb - Karijola, and considering the restaurants andpizzerias are closed because of corona virus pandemic, the food is prepared fordelivery only, so the kind owner and the host Mr Milan spent some time with the students andshowed them the pizzeria.Students have diligently studied the zerowaste elements and perceived special care which is taken about the quality of food that is mostly local,preferably seasonal and are supplied by local family farms.Mr Milan has been working formany years in the hospitality sector and he is ready to face new zero wastechallenges.
Do you wonder why implementation of workshop about the zero waste concept for our new generations was very interesting and inspiring? Watch the video and find out three phases through which we discovered, learned and examined our new knowledge.
Students from Center for education "Slava Raškaj" Zagreb visited an urban snack bar in the heart of our metropolis, which in its offer included all the benefits of the gastronomic heritage of the island of Vis and Dalmatia - Li'Moon _ morethanbar. Take a look at the example of the practical application of the Zero Waste concept. With a folk proverb "Wind in the back and quiet sea!" we all wish you best of luck in your work and enjoy your meal!
The Croatian National Agency awarded the Center "Slava Raškaj" with the second prize in the Competition for the most inclusive project of the solidarity corps of the Erasmus + and European programs implemented in Croatia in the period from 2017 to 2020.
Slava Raškaj presented the Zero Waste activities that were conducted with the support of his international volunteers within his own facilities.
The Zero waste power in HoReCa project continues its work – we learn and teach new generations - we learn new skills, and learn more — in order to keep pace with developments.____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
TUSDU has investigated zero waste strategies and habits at Dubrovnik 4-star hotels.
Students from TUSDU made a research on recyclable and bio based products in Dubrovnik (paper bags, natural deodorants, soaps, bath salts, wooden brushes, toothbrushes, marine sponges, organic food, recyclable packages, phosphate-free laundry detergent).
Example of good practice in our TUSDU school cookery lab – collecting
waste edible oil to create renewable energy sources, benefiting the
Example of restaurant in Mljet
Zero waste practices:
- seasonal and local meals
- local fruit and vegetables
- using leftover ingredients in different recipes
- not preparing meals in advance
The TUSDU students visited Sunset beach Dubrovnik and let's look what they have prepared in the following video:
Students from TUŠ Dubrovnik have investigated sustainable food sourcing strategies, menu planning, reusable packaging strategies and reducing food waste in Sunset Beach Dubrovnik complex (fine dining restaurant, pizza, dessert restaurant, beach bar) as an example of local business which implements zero waste practices in a wide range of fields.
Students have also presented monitoring plan for food waste and packaging (audit tools) to the owner of business to help monitor the reduction in waste and cost savings.
Students from TUŠ Dubrovnik made a research in local cafe, restaurant and shops.
Bajro, from Slava Raskaj, has made this song for our Zero Waste Project. We would like to share it with all of you and hope you like it.
It's about global warming, the destruction of the planet, how we could change our habits and our lifestyle to save the planet. A really awareness song.
Thanks Bajro and let's save the planet.