Sympraxis Team undertook on behalf of GIZ (Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH /German Association for International Cooperation) the development of a Communication Plan for waste prevention, separate collection and recycling. The purpose of the project was the support of the Greek Ministry of Environment and Energy in informing and raising public awareness on the above subjects. The plan included an extensive analysis of the Greek context, the current conditions and developments and the legal framework, the proposed communication strategy, as well as a number of proposed actions that can contribute to the education and awareness of Greeks on waste prevention and proper management. Emphasis was given to activations with low funding requirements, but high impact, while for the proposed activations the necessary analysis was given, so most of them can be scheduled and implemented right away. Examples of implementations were used from other European Union countries, as well as older implementations in Greece. Along with the Communication Plan, two leaflets were created for use by the Ministry of Environment and Energy, including information and waste prevention tips for citizens and Municipalities. The plan forms part of the project “Technical support for the implementation of the National Waste Management Plan (NWMP) of Greece” that is funded by the European Union (EU) via the Structural Reform Support Programme (SRSP) and the German Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), and jointly implemented by the Hellenic Ministry of Environment and Energy (YPEN) and GIZ, in collaboration with the European Commission.