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Conference on ecodriving, transport and air in Banská Bystrica on 10th September 2015 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Miloš Veverka   

DSC 0070 Web-miniConference “Ecodriving for cleaner air not only in Slovakia” was organised by a civic association CEPTA as a final event of the project Clean Air, focused on ecodriving support in the Slovak Republic. The conference was attended by experts, instructors, as well as delegates from three ministries: Ministry of Environment of the Slovak Republic, Ministry of Interior of the Slovak Republic and Ministry of Transport, Construction and Regional Development of the Slovak Republic. The problem of transport and polluted air is related to all three ministries. Presentations of the participants are attached below this article.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 October 2015 11:50
First three successful ecodriving courses in Slovakia PDF Print E-mail
Written by Miloš Veverka   

DSC 0247 Zm miniThe Centre for Sustainable Alternatives (CEPTA), civic association, organised three courses on ecodriving in the surroundings of Banská Bystrica in May, July and September 2015. Each of them was 3-days intensive course and was demanding even for experienced driving instructors. The certificate was obtained by three quarters of the participants. Theoretical part was focused mainly on ecodriving principles and the way of the ecodriving training – couching. ...

Last Updated on Monday, 30 November 2015 10:31
To breathe or not to breathe? PDF Print E-mail
Written by DL   

IMG 2260VyrezZmOn 3rd June 2015, civic association CEPTA in cooperation with foreign experts organised press conference focused on the results of air pollution measurement in Slovakia. The measurements were taken by the members of CEPTA and Danish expert Kaare Press-Kristensen using ultrafine particles counter (for measurement of particles with a diameter less than 0.1 μm) from 27th May to 3rd June 2015. They are the most detrimental particles to human health. The air quality was measured in several towns and in their different parts, e.g. in Bratislava, Zvolen, Banská Bystrica, Košice, Žilina, Trenčín and in the High Tatras Mountains. The results were surprising. Very clean air was measured in the High Tatras Mountains or in a park in Zvolen. On the other hand, heavily polluted air was determined e.g. in a car during a rush hour, in underground car parks of shopping centres, near a stove while burning wood or in a train pulled by a diesel locomotive or in older diesel buses. For more information see attached documents.


In attached documents you will find:

-  measurements plan in Slovakia – press release from 27th May 2015: “Polluted Air Kills in Slovakia Even Today” (in Slovak only);

-   evaluation of the first measurements mainly from Košice – press release from 1st June 2015: “To Breathe or not to Breathe?” (in Slovak only);

-   assessment of measurements and brief recommendations for solutions – press release from 3rd June 2015: “What do we breathe?” (in Slovak only);

Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 June 2015 06:15
Ďalší úspešný kurz ekošoférovania – Selce pri Banskej Bystrici, júl 2015 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Miloš Veverka   

DSC 0062 VyrZmUpr miniO. z. CEPTA zorganizovalo v Selciach pri Banskej Bystrici v dňoch 14. – 16.7.2015 ďalší certifikačný kurz ekošoférovania pre inštruktorov autoškôl na Slovensku. Kurzu sa zúčastnilo celkom 13 účastníkov, z ktorých 9 úspešne splnili náročné podmienky pre udelenie certifikátu. Okrem inštruktorov autoškôl sa kurzu zúčastnili aj 2 zástupcovia ministerstva dopravy.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 10:51
First ceritified ecodriving instructors in Slovakia (a course held in Hronsek, May 2015) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Miloš Veverka   

IMG 1615 VyrezMiniCivic association CEPTA organised a pilot certification ecodriving course for driving school instructors in Hronsek, near Banská Bystrica, from 5th to 7th May 2015. The course was attended by 9 instructors and 6 of them met the conditions for obtaining the certificate. Except for driving school instructors, two delegates of the Ministry of the Interior of the Slovak Republic and one delegate of the Ministry of Transport, Construction and Regional Development of the Slovak Republic participated in the course.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 June 2015 06:24
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