Slow Food pavilion will not go to waste

Movement founder says nothing to be thrown away

(ANSA) - Milan, September 24 - Parts of the Slow Food pavilion at Milan's Expo world fair will be dismantled and given to schools, gardens and communities both in Italy and abroad, Slow Food founder Carlo Petrini said.
    "Nothing will be thrown away here," Petrini said, adding that all parts of the structure could be reassembled elsewhere.
    He said he would like part of the pavilion to stay in Lombardy, another part to go somewhere else in Italy and another to go abroad, perhaps to a garden in Africa.
    He added that dismantling the whole Expo in a sustainable way would be a challenge, and he hoped there would soon be a clear idea of what to do with everything after the event ends on October 31.


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