Recycling. Awareness. Design. Innovation. Kalamata Association

#recycling #innovation #physical_activity #education #funforall

Now, anyone can support #bottles2boats online!

Bottles2boats starts crowdfunding campaign for its new machine: the playground carousel shredder. Check out This new machine will help us proceed to the next step of transforming #bottles2boats. It is a new way to encourage children to recycle plastic bottles, while making the process fun and interesting too! Anyone can help… just click on…
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R.A.D.I.Kal.A. was born in Kalamata on a recycled sailboat project called Tatsi!

On July 18th, 2016 the idea of combining recycling plastic waste and innovative design was born in Kalamata. The waste would be recycled for making a new sailboat called Tatsi!

RADIKALA kickoff meeting held in Kalamata!

Julu 20th, 2016; The idea of recycling plastic waste was discussed at L’atelier Aristodimou 133 in Kalamata. The general outlines of an association called Recycling-Awareness-Design-Innovation-Kalamata-Association were drawn by a group of environmental activists.

Engagement from the city of Kalamata!

The city of Kalamata has shown genuine interest in Radikala’s vision and projects. This was expressed during a short meeting with the mayor, Mr. Panagiotis Nikas on December 5th. A workshop is planned to be held during January to discuss details of cooperation with concerned departments and affiliated recycling and environmental partners of the city.…
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Our first beach cleanup day in Kalamata!

A moest contribution, an endless horizon! Beach cleanup in Kalamata, december 13th 2016

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Radikala Presents its Ideas at Kentro Neon Kalamata

On the 23rd of May is the Internation Day of Turtle and we decided to devote this event of us to 2 associations who are active on a local and national level for the Protection of the Sea Turtles and generally the protection of the environment and the awareness of people. The event is divided…
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Radkala is now registered in Sweden!

Radikala is now registered in Stockholm , Sweden under the Swedish non-profit NGO number 802509-5384. Sweden is well known for its “smooth bureaucracy” and helpful social authorities. We hope this move will help us concentrate in our core activity and bring us closer to our Scandinavian backers.