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SECOND PART - Individual and social rights
Article 24: (Protection of the environment)

** 1. The protection of the natural and cultural environment is an obligation of the State and the right of everyone. In order to safeguard it, the State is obliged to take particular preventive or repressive measures in the context of the principle of sustainability. The law provides for the protection of forests and forests. The drafting of a tariff is an obligation of the State. It is forbidden to change the destination of forests and forests, unless the farming or other uses which are in the public interest are necessary for the national economy.

** 2. The spatial restructuring of the country, the formation, development, planning and expansion of cities and residential areas in general are subject to the regulatory responsibility and control of the State, in order to serve the functionality and development of the settlements and to ensure the best strong living conditions.

The relevant technical choices and weightings are made according to the rules of science. The compilation of a national land registry is an obligation of the State.

3. In order for a site to be recognized as residential and to be activated for urban development, the properties included therein shall be compulsorily provided, without compensation by the entity concerned, to the disposal of the land necessary to create roads, squares and spaces for general public use. and the expenses, as well as the expenses for the execution of the basic communal planning works, as required by law.

4. The law may provide for the participation of landowners designated as residential in the utilization and general arrangement of the property in accordance with an approved plan, subject to the consideration of equitable estates or parts of the property by floor, from the areas ultimately designated as buildable or buildings in the area. her.

5. The provisions of the preceding paragraphs shall also apply to the refurbishment of existing residential areas. Free land, resulting from the redevelopment, is allocated for the creation of public spaces or disposed of to cover the costs of urban redevelopment, as required by law.

6. Monuments, traditional sites and traditional elements are protected by the State. The law will lay down the restrictive measures necessary for the realization of such protection, as well as the manner and type of compensation to the owners.
** Interpretative statement: Forest or forest ecosystem means the organic set of woody plants on the necessary surface of the soil, which, together with the co-existing flora and fauna, constitute through their interdependence and interplay, forest community) and particular natural environment (forestry). Forests exist when in the above set wild woody vegetation, high or shrubby, is sparse.
** Two asterisks indicate the points of the Review listed in the Resolution of April 6, 2001 of the Hellenic Parliament's 3rd Review.



KAFSIS specializes in waste management, including first providing consultancy and training, and then tackling environmental and legislative issues, performing anti-pollution, harvesting, sorting, transportation, storage and use of waste generation alternatives.

KAFSIS leverages its know-how and technology to utilize waste in both the private and public sectors. Our services cover both solid waste and sewage. The waste categories we handle are animal by-products (Categories 1, 2 & 3), vegetable by-products, hazardous and non-hazardous waste, organic waste, hospital waste and various categories of sewage and sludge.

Animal by-products management: Animal by-products, which mainly come from the waste we produce every day, are divided into three categories, depending on the level of risk they present - the first category being higher risk, while the second and third category being lower risk. Each category is governed by separate legislation defining the process of collection, transportation and final treatment of waste. KAFSIS is fully equipped with state-of-the-art processing facilities for each category of individual by-products. Our plants apply the most up-to-date environmental best practices internationally to convert animal by-products into an extremely important tool to combat environmental impact: Energy and Raw Materials.


Management of plant by-products and organic waste: Plant by-products are residues resulting from the conversion of one plant product to another. The waste produced is highly toxic, however KAFSIS has developed specific management systems that allow us to safely utilize plant by-products for the production of fuels and other materials. The full potential of organic plant by-products for the production of reusable materials is one of the factors that make KAFSIS stand out in the market.

Hospital waste management: Hospital waste includes any special waste generated in hospitals, such as medical waste and toxic medical waste. KAFSIS has state-of-the-art equipment for the disposal and recycling of medical waste that exempts healthcare structures from even the most specialized waste. In addition, our employees are trained in handling special medical supplies to ensure that your waste is safely removed and transported.

Wastewater / sludge treatment: The category of wastewater includes hydrolysates discharged from residential and commercial areas, industries and / or agriculture. Due to our careful planning, we are able to provide efficient and sustainable water and wastewater management services to municipalities and industrial units.

Hazardous Waste Management: Hazardous waste, also known as toxic waste, is the category of waste that has the most devastating and long-lasting effects on human health and the environment if not treated properly. For this reason, our company has invested heavily in technology that is at the forefront of toxic waste management, in order to provide integrated solutions for final disposal of toxic waste. We have state-of-the-art transport equipment certified to the latest pollution standards, as defined by EU law, to ensure that toxic waste is standardized and transported safely to our conversion and disposal facilities, as well as our management procedures. The toxic waste we use is fully harmonized with local and national legislation.

Non-Hazardous Waste Management: Non-hazardous waste is one that is not considered to be toxic, and therefore includes almost all of what we call "garbage". KAFSIS offers a very wide range of specialized waste management solutions for each category of toxic waste, while providing general weekly waste collection services in residential and industrial areas. Our company's vision is to contribute to the utilization of all types of waste, and since non-hazardous is the dominant form of waste, we are specially equipped with all the necessary know-how and technology to turn everyday waste into reusable and reusable waste. environmentally friendly resources.


Our aim is the continuous development of business activities in the areas of:

  • reception facilities for solid waste and cargo residues - port waste management planning,
  • addressing emergencies for marine pollution incidents,
  • Prevention & Management of Marine Oil Pollution Incidents,
  • management of hazardous and non-hazardous solid waste,
  • medical waste management,
  • waste recycling and reuse,
  • green forest restoration work,
  • insecticides & disinfectants,
  • cleaning and restoration of premises, buildings and installations,
  • coastline cleaning services,
  • sea ​​surface cleaning services,
  • handling of waste from animal by-products.

Through partnerships with other waste management companies, Antipollution creates a reliable network that adapts to the already existing needs of every body and organization, public and private. The development of business is fully governed by the principles of sustainable development, environmental protection, energy and natural resources, safeguarding work in a safe and healthy environment, and responsibility towards society. policy and our business activities include:

Compliance with legislation concerning:

1) environmental protection and quality standards;

2) environmental management

3) working in safe and healthy conditions.

  • The goal of continuous business growth in Greece and abroad.
  • Striving for continuous satisfaction of our customers through long-term cooperation relationships.
  • The adoption of a spirit of responsibility, stability, cooperation and dedication by every employee in the company.
  • The exploitation of innovative and optimal technologies.
  • Establishing beneficial partnerships with companies specialized in their field.

We offer comprehensive solid waste disposal services in full compliance with national and European legislation. In addition, in an ongoing effort to improve our customer service, the company has been certified to implement:

  • Quality Management System according to ISO 9001: 2008 standard.
  • Environmental Management System according to ISO 14001: 2004 standard.
  • Occupational Safety and Health Management System, in accordance with OHSAS 18001: 2007.
  • Port facilities for the reception of solid waste from ships and the Waste Management System in accordance with ISO 16304: 2013.
  • Corporate Social Responsibility System according to SA 8000: 2008 standard.

By applying Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) standards in our company, we have consciously integrated our strategic social and environmental concerns. These strategies are expressed through actions implemented, contributing to sustainable development, social solidarity and mutual trust relationships between the enterprise, its staff, the local community, society as a whole and all stakeholders.

An outstanding example of our social sensitivity is our participation in the Hellenic Marine Environment Protection Association (MEPA). It is the joint initiative of Greek seafarers and shipowners to voluntarily take responsibility for eliminating marine pollution produced by ships and enhancing maritime safety. The goal of this initiative is to create environmental awareness and enhance safety in the maritime community through a coordinated voluntary effort to inform, educate and motivate everyone, from the shipowner to the last sailor.

Renewable energy sources

Alkion Energy


Having partners and imprinted a large land bank in various parts of the Peloponnese (Arcadia, Laconia, Messinia, Argolis) we are able to assist in locating and acquiring the appropriate land parcel for the construction of the building that responds to your needs. Needs.


- Has built 4,8MW PV stations, of which 2,5MW are professional farmers' PV stations.

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- Has licensed 78MW Wind Parks.


234 Petrou Rally Ave. Nikea, Greece


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