Yesterday, the program for monitoring the quality of seawater in Croatia began.
If you’ve been keeping an eye on Total Eco Croatia, you’ve seen that we’ve been on a mission to find out what exactly happens to waste in the Split area. If you haven’t read about our explorations yet, here’s the first article where we’ve interviewed the Manager or Recycling at Cistoca, and here’s our follow-up article where we’ve traced recycled waste to the sorting & collection agency “Jolly”.
Make health your "thing" this Sunday with a special event dedicated to the preservation of health, the environment, and YOU.
Discarded objects in Prelog will find new purpose instead of ending up at the dump
The project is unique not only in Croatia, but in Europe as well.
WWF Adria has launched a website to highlight the importance of Croatia's natural values.
“Zero Waste” stores have been making a global movement in recent years, growing in popularity in Europe and even making their way across the seas to America and Australia, and now Zagreb joins the movement with the opening of Špeceraj.
"Sun is shining, the weather is sweet…" with Spring upon us here in Croatia, the tourist season is fast approaching, so we wanted to give some tips on how to be a better tourist.
On Thursday 16th March 2017, Total Eco Croatia visited Jolly to speak to manager Jurica Šarić to learn more about the recycling process.
Fabula Organic Pencil is a ‘home-grown’ sustainable innovation that is ready to take the market by storm.
Total Dubrovnik on Facebook
Alucinados con esta ciudad! @ Dubrovnik, Croatia https://t.co/XCNI1Mu566
RT @KosukeMasui: Dubrovnik is said that it was used in the movie " Kiki's delivery service"
I can't stop image.