FAS PANAMÁ and the City of Knowledge Foundation held the Good Deeds Day Celebration, on Saturday, April 14, at the City of Knowledge Collection Center.
The Foundation for Social Action for Panama, FAS PANAMA, is a non-profit organization formed on August 18, 1994 by professionals from various disciplines aware of the need to promote sustainable human development projects, with emphasis on those aimed at conservation and rational use of resources, through the implementation of technologies and practices that are friendly to the environment.
As part of the Good Deeds Day, FAS PANAMA –NGO that operates the Collection and Waste Management Center (CAM) of the City of Knowledge– for the second consecutive year, opened its doors for an extraordinary day.
After improvements made to provide a better service to the community, the Collection and Waste Management Center (CAM), operated by the NGO FAS PANAMA with the support of the City of Knowledge Foundation, is open once again to receive recyclable waste both from residents and users of CDS as well as from other areas.
A British delegation represented by six companies with expertise in recycling and waste management, visited the City of Knowledge Collection and Waste Management Center (CAM), operated by the NGO FAS PANAMA, to see the facilities and learn how recycling is handled within campus.
As part of the activities of the 1st Panama Recycling Week, the forum "Recycling for a Better World: Building of sustainable and inclusive solutions for the management of solid waste", was held on Thursday, May 14, at the City of Knowledge Convention Center.
Mr. Philippe Casenave, French Ambassador to Panama, visited in recent days the City of Knowledge (CDS) Collection Center to learn more about proper waste management procedures inside the campus.
From the City of Knowledge Foundation we announce to our users, residents and neighbors that the City of Knowledge Collection and Solid Waste Management Center (CAM) has resumed its glass collection for recycling.
Reduction and proper waste management are key components for the City of Knowledge in its effort to become a unique Sustainable City in Panama. In this sense the Vice Presidency for Administration and Urban Development applies criteria to reduce and manage waste based on the Integral System for Solid Waste Management of the City of Knowledge Foundation.
As part of a series of lectures on the subject of volunteerism, which are held monthly at the City of Knowledge, the conference "Volunteers of Panama" was held on Thursday, August 22, at La Plaza.
The 4th Recycling Fair was held with great success at the City of Knowledge Patio del Sabor on Saturday, May 18.
On Saturday, February 23, FAS PANAMÁ organized its second volunteer day for waste classification: Join, the Planet needs you, at the City of Knowledge Collection Center.
The United States Embassy and the City of Knowledge Foundation held, on Wednesday, July 18, a conversation with the community about recycling in the Clayton area, which explained the recycling program and how neighbors can participate.