Hall of Waste
Hall of Waste is an exhibition held in the loggias of the Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology as a full-fledged excursion through the most creative and innovative initiatives that develop the concept of re-Waste. Here, we explore first and foremost the idea of enhancing waste that is properly processed to become a precious resource. Carefully browsing through the various corners present, we’re immersed in a truly surprising world made of companies known for their excellent waste management, contributing concretely to the construction of a decidedly more sustainable product.
Furnishings and fountains in recycled plastic from expired food packaging make up the projects presented by Gruppo CAP, which manages the integrated water service for the Metropolitan City of Milan as a pioneer in the production of bio-energy originating from sewage sludge and food waste.
Overflowing with inspiration, the Journey Towards Sustainability pavilion curated by the Danish Embassy in Rome collects an entire gallery of projects based on the creative recovery and reuse of scrap materials, uniting the most interesting Danish companies exploring these issues.