Our new shredder bike with new transmission shaft designed by Panagiotis Michalopoulos at NeoTherm Kalamata
In cooperation with the environmental NGO Kathari Mani (Clean Mani) the Radikala project was presented on March 14th to elementary school children in Stoupa where a shredder bike was installed as the first step in Radikala’s recycled sailboat project Tatsi.
dear Radikala.org supporters,
we are in urgent need of old bikes (in any shape) to recycle into plastic shredders for Kalamata and Mani schools.
if you have/ know of any, plz donate it to our project!
and plz share this post, thanx!
Radikala’s flagship project was presented to highschool kids at Bougas educational compound in Kalamata. Many questions and many new ideas on how to make the project better! And they are all eager to participate in the next step; making the plastic sailboats!
Radikala’s flagship project was presented to pre-school and elementary school kids at Bougas educational compound in Kalamata. The interest and curiosity of these kids had no limits! And they all had better answers than what we expected to our rhetoric questions!
Our new shredder bike, tailored to shred greek plastic water bottles, is ready to asseble on recycled bikes. We have received new oeders for this shredder-bike and need more old bikes! Please let us know if you want to get rid of your old bikes!
Chinese professors from ZhengZhoung University visiting Kalamata were impressed by the simplicity of Radikala’s project!
R.A.D.I.Kal.A project’s first ever “official” presentation will be take place soon at Bougas Education Complex in Kalamata! We can write recycling history right here in Kalamata, amidst the Greek crisis!
Encouraged and inspired by the curiosity shown by kids during the 10th Kalamata Street Festival and 6th Kalamata Agricultural Fair, Radikala has now improved the shredder- bike design. A 1:25 reducer has replaced the chain-gear mechanism and the shredder is now totally child-safe!