E-Mining@School is a project co-funded by EIT KIC RAW Materials for students at vocational and secondary schools in five European countries. The project foresees that the students face first of all a series of educational activities: face-to-face lessons, workshop activities, visits to the structures dealing with e-waste, etc. The aim of this first phase is to provide basic knowledge for understanding the environmental, economic and social importance of the management of electronic waste.
Students will then get involved and set up WEEE collection campaigns: information about the WEEE collected will be put on an online platform for an international contest. Through the latter it will be possible to determine the group that has achieved the best results. The group of students (or a sub-group) with the greatest impact will be accompanied by a teacher from the institution on an educational visit to Europe to meet with experts in raw materials and circular economy.
For further information, please read the international call for partecipation (E-Mining@School Contest).