2Teach – 2Touch – To Teach Being a Citizen in Waste Economy is To Touch Life

2Teach – 2Touch  –  To Teach Being a Citizen in Waste Economy is To Touch Life
Project number: 2021-1-DE02-KA220-ADU-000035116
Implementation period: 01.02.2022 – 31.01.2024
Assistance program: Erasmus+

Project description

The COVID-19 pandemic is having a huge impact on the waste and household sectors. Initially, as the pandemic progressed and blockades were imposed in many countries, citizens’ consumption habits changed due to the “stay-at-home effect.” In addition, the pandemic also caused an increase in the consumption of single-use plastics, often as a result of health and hygiene concerns.These are the main consequences of the global pandemic era, which will continue to affect the entire world. In order to make the transition to a circular economy systemic, profound and transformational in the EU and beyond, the project proposes to harmonize the separate collection system and a whole new range of sustainable services, products-as-a-service models and digital solutions that bring better quality of life, innovative jobs and improved knowledge and skills.

Target group

  • Target group_1 young adults, adults, trainers, teachers, educators, tutors, , researchers, supporting groups
  • Target group _2 adult learning and education institutions, adult education associations, lifelong learning centres, professional training and consulting centres which work on waste management and circular economy, municipalities, policy makers, public authorities, universities

Project results

  • R1: Module 1 Participation in waste management as a citizen
  • R2: Module 2 Waste reduction and real consumption
  • R3: Module 3 Recycling
  • R4: Module 4 Segregation of household waste
  • R5: Module 5 This module provides digital access to materials developed in PR1 – PR4

Project website: https://2teach-2touch.erasmus.site/


EBB Europass Berlin Beratungsbüro GmbH – Berlin, Germany (coordinator)

Danmar Computers – Rzeszow, Poland

Solution Based Training & Consultancy (SBTC) – Mentese, Turkey

Archivio della Memoria – Rome , Italy

European Science Center – Ubrique, Spain

Shannon University of Technology – Limerick, Ireland

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.