Raw materials are scarce. The Healthy City researched how we can make better use of raw materials that are present in the city. View this animation. Do you want to know more about the Healthy City Monitor?
According to the “Print Your City” action, “citizens collect their plastic waste and place them in blue bins in order to recycle and convert it into valuable utilitarian objects for the city with the help of 3D printing technology. In this way, we decide as active citizens, we innovate, create and collectively contribute into making Thessaloniki a Zero Waste City”.
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