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ZERO DEVICES_self-sufficient mobile system

IWC - 1142
UNIVERSIDAD POLITÉCNICA DE MADRID - etsam / es Spain
2 members
Laura R Salvador
Elena Re Tarrero

ZERO ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
Each year approximately 950 000 people visit Kruger National Park. 23 main restcamps and over 70 private lodges exist at Kruger. Also, a large set of roads and highways go across the park .
As human impact is already very high, the project aims to leave the slightest trace on the territory and don't disturb animals. It doesn't settle in one particular location permanently but the program is constantly moving to where it is needed.

ZERO WASTE PHILOSOPHY
All waste should be looked at to see if it can be re-used, repaired, recycled, composted or remanufactured. This ties in with the philosophy of zero waste which is being introduced in some natural parks in South Africa.
The aim is to reduce some of the waste already existent at Kruger National Park and insert new program without producing any new waste.
Waste transformation is implemented by new devices. These devices also introduce new program to meet some needs of the park.

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Marian Prio

Fantastic project!

Shady

This project is amazing! Great job guys!

Roberto Peña Pérez

Wow!!!!

Carlos Gómez

Buenísimo

marianoveladearagon

Genial!

SR CARLOS

MUY BUENO

martavallec

Una propuesta muy interesante y unos dibujos preciosos!

ELOPEZRDS

Enhorabuena!!!

Paco Ramos

Muy interesante el proyecto, enhorabuena !

odea

muy interesante !

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