Episode 1 of the Biocircularcities Trilogy: Supporting local players with the transition to circular bioeconomy, and lifting the current barriers
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Since 2021, three pilot territories have been working on unlocking the circular economy potential of unexploited bio-based waste streams, namely.
- organic fraction of municipal solid waste in the metropolitan area of Barcelona (ES),
- biowaste from the coffee chain in the metropolitan city of Naples (IT), and
- residual biomass from forestry and related wood transformation activities in the province of Pazardzhik (BG)).
Thanks to the Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI-JU) Biocircularcities project, new models have been developed to boost the circularity of these biowaste chains.
This summer, the Biocircularcities project is offering a series of three exclusive webinars for participants to get to know more about the approach followed by the pilots to transform their biowaste chains and get inspired on how to spread circular bioeconomy in their territory.
The first episode titled Supporting local players with the transition to circular bioeconomy, and lifting the current barriers on 28 June (10:30 – 12:00 CEST), unveils the story behind the success of the project or how partners supported a transition of the pilot territories toward circular bioeconomy through a collaborative approach.
Partners will reflect on the development of Biocircularcities over its two years of existence and share their key findings.
More information on the three webinars and registration are available here.