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Fully licensed waste management and valorization industry in Greece


thousands of successful incidents and challenging projects around the world


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"Την 'Ανοιξη αν δε την βρεις, την φτιάχνεις." Οδυσσέας Ελύτης
Καλό Μηνά και Καλή Πρωτομαγιά με Αισιοδοξία, Υγεία και Δύναμη σε όλους!

On this Holy month, @PolyecoGroup wishes to all of our friends, families, staff and associates, Ramadan Kareem filled with peace & happiness 🌙🙏🏽✨

Today we are celebrating the 50th Anniversary of #EarthDay the annual celebration of the environmental movement.Τhis year let's be reminded of how important it is to keep our planet healthy and safe for next generations. ACT TODAY FOR A BETTER TOMORROW.
Happy #EarthDay2020 🌍🌱💧

From all us at POLYECO, we wish your teams and your loved ones Happy Easter, stay safe and healthy!
#HappyEaster 🐇🐰🥚 #StaySafe 😷 #StayHome 🏠

#PCAI launches #PCAIWeekends, a special series of educational screenings and activities focusing on environmental consciousness and moving image. First Screening, Las Ptinas, on Saturday, April 11 and Sunday, April 12, 2020.
#WeStaySafe #μένουμεσπίτι

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Polyeco Contemporary Art Initiative

Polyeco Contemporary Art Initiative (PCAI) is a non-profit organization which primarily aims at raising environmental awareness through a unique art program inspired by the crucial issue of waste management.

PCAI implements its objectives though three areas of activity: Collection, Projects, Support.

The Collection is based on special commissions mainly of moving image art. PCAI provides mid-career and emerging artists with the means and resources to create an artwork inspired by urgent environmental issues in their broader relation to current sociocultural, economic, philosophical concerns. Artists may draw inspiration from the waste management sites and facilities, the countries, the workforce and the people involved in the waste management process in a free and innovative way. They can investigate waste sources and itineraries; they can research the external factors and taboos that affect our perception of waste.

The Projects are all the activities and events (special commissions, exhibitions, publications, educational programs and workshops) organized by PCAI around its growing commissioned based Collection.

Support refers to our engagement with other initiatives and individuals that share the same vision and concerns.

For more information please visit the official website: www.pcai.gr



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