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General Discussion / Re: Tsitsipas at the O2
« Last post by sam on Today at 03:04:32 PM »
nice video  :)
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General Discussion / Re: Tsitsipas at the O2
« Last post by Wynne on Today at 01:03:56 PM »
Take a look at Tsitsipas goes unplugged in Corfu Greece on tennisnow.com

Can't do links on my kindle
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General Discussion / Re: Tsitsipas at the O2
« Last post by Trisa on Today at 12:08:44 AM »
Fantastic!
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General Discussion / Re: Tsitsipas at the O2
« Last post by Brent on November 17, 2019, 10:53:13 PM »
Wow - what a win!!
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General Discussion / Re: Tsitsipas at the O2
« Last post by Wynne on November 17, 2019, 10:52:10 PM »
Amazing final!
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General Discussion / Re: Tsitsipas at the O2
« Last post by Wynne on November 17, 2019, 01:51:33 AM »
Beat Federer in the semi final.  Final on BBC 2 tomorrow.  Win or lose, I think Greece has a real star on its hands
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General Discussion / Re: Tsitsipas at the O2
« Last post by Trisa on November 16, 2019, 07:03:54 PM »
Oh! Very well done that man!

Wow!
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General Discussion / Re: The Corfu Rubbish Situation.
« Last post by Trisa on November 16, 2019, 06:11:08 PM »
An update - http://enimerosi.com/details_en.php?id=38190

What will happen with the waste bales?

KOZANI. Following the unanimous vote in Kozani to accept Corfu΄s waste comes the quaestion "What will happen with the waste bales in Temploni and Lefkimmi?" Answers are expected when the team from DIADYMA visits Corfu.


The unanimous decision by the West Macedonia Waste Management (DIADYMA) Board will now allow the removal of waste from Corfu to Kozani.

The DIADYMA Board has given the green light to accepting 24,000 tons of waste from Corfu and it also decided unanimously to submit a request to the Ministry for the Environment and Energy for an amendment to the environmental regulations and the Kozani waste management facility's operating licence.

The maximum amount of waste which can be accepted at the Kozani facility will thus be able to increase from the present 120,000 tons to 160,000 tons - leading to an increase in the amount of waste it will be able to accept from Corfu.

Corfu has requested that Kozani take 60,000 tons a year so the extra 40,000 tons added to the West Macedonian facility which was agreed by the DIADYMA board will help facilitate the needs of Corfu.

The question that has arisen is "What will happen with the waste bales?" A crucial question for Temploni and Lefkimmi.

At the moment there is no definitive answer, although many are asking and others are drawing their own conclusions about the waste bales presently lying in Lefkimmi and Temploni.

DIADYMA General Director Dimosthenes Mavridis told Enimerosi that the matter of the waste bales was not discussed at the board meeting but Ionian Islands Regional Governor Rodi Kratsa told the Regional Council at a recent meeting to update them on the situation that she had received a verbal assurance from DIADYMA that Kozani will accept at least some of the waste bales in Lefkimmi and Temploni.

The visit of a team from DIADYMA to Corfu by the end of November at the latest will thus be especially important. They will hold discussions here and make a quality assessment of the thousands of tons of waste which the Temploni and Lefkimmi landfills need to be relieved of in one way or another.

This makes the statement from DIADYMA President Panayiotis Plakentas following the board meeting especially significant, "West Macedonian residents don't need to worry - our region will not become a cemetery for the waste from the rest of Greece. We don't bury the waste, we process it."
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General Discussion / Re: The Corfu Rubbish Situation.
« Last post by Annie54 on November 15, 2019, 07:45:40 PM »
KOZANI. The West Macedonia Waste Management (DIADYMA) Board met today and, as expected, voted in favour of accepting 24,000 tons of waste from Corfu in 2020.

http://enimerosi.com/details_en.php?id=38173&fbclid=IwAR0jsJ-ZYqtf09-6wfqMSfH-aLxhRORDSK18bW0db-JlK2hLIJOu0VkwEl0
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