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Waste management

    Discover the Shamengo pioneers who protect the planet!

    David Lorrain

    Paris / France
    I created Recyclivre in order to spread knowledge and support associations
    David Lorrain founded Recyclivre, a website which offers individuals, businesses and communities all over France their service which collects, recycles and sells second-hand books. Recyclivre aims to give everyone access to books as well as creating a network of solidarity. Furthermore, 10% of profit from book sales goes to supporting associations which fight for the climate and against illiteracy. Got a book to give away? Don’t put it in the recycling bin, send it to Recyclivre: a great example of eco-citizenship!

    Prenons soin de nous informer !

    Que sont-ils devenus ?

    18 April 2019
    TAMMY DUNAKIN - " Je loue mes chèvres pour tondre vos pelouses "

    Shamengo fait voyager SNCF Réseau en Suisse !

    3 March 2018
    Du 29 janvier au 2 février dernier

    Shamengo at Tuesdays at ARENE in Paris

    21 June 2016
    On Tuesday, June 14, Catherine Berthillier was the guest speaker at ARÈNE Ile-de-France, the regional agency that supports French territories in their efforts to transition to green energy. She hosted a conference on innovation at the heart of the transformation of the territories.

    Martha Delgado joins the Shamengo Villa

    1 June 2016
    Shamengo pioneer and a leading figure in the environmental movement in Mexico, Martha Delgado is supporting the construction project of the Shamengo Villa in Bordeaux.

    Shamengo Villa: An experiment in zero-waste living

    20 April 2016
    The American « Zero Waste » movement is expanding to Europe, with Italy and Spain at the forefront. France currently lags behind, but after a year of effort, this anti-waste movement is gaining momentum.

    Ecovative mushrooming to new heights!

    13 April 2016
    Ecovative, the company founded by our American pioneer Eben Bayer continues to grow. They’ve just opened a second plant in New York to increase production of their organic packing material and panels made from mushrooms.