Together with a number of partner organisations, Circular Flanders and the Government of the Region of Flanders launched the Green Deal for Circular Procurement (GDCP) on 8 June 2017. Some 130 companies, local authorities and non-profit organisations took part in this landmark event.
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French cement producers plan to increase alternative fuels use from 44% of the fuel mix to 50%, by 2025. To support this initiative, they aim, in collaboration with construction and recycling trade organisations, to double the amount of wood waste used in the energy supply of cement plants.
Clothes are moving fast in fashion retail, but a re-use and recycle scheme keeps hangers in the loop
Braiform is a global leader in garment hanger reuse. Products are returned to reuse centres where they are sorted, repackaged and distributed back to garment-producing regions, preventing them from ending up in landfill.
There are plenty of hot startups with a new technology that can accelerate the transition to a circular economy.
Yet some of the best examples rely on the gradual evolution of processes and a precise understanding of energy and resource flows. Continual improvement, collaboration and systems thinking are very much on display at the British Sugar’s Factory in Norfolk.
Smart proteins saving our seas: black soldier flies convert waste into high quality food for aquaculture
The Need - a huge volume of organic waste is generated each year. At the same time there is a growing demand for high quality protein in the animal feed and aquaculture sectors.
The Solution - by using the remarkable nutrient-recycling capacity of the black soldier fly larvae, organic waste can be converted into high quality protein in a very short time period.
Tale Me is the first European dressing room to rent clothing for maternity and babies/children from 0 to 6 years old.
The purpose of the project has been to highlight the possibilities the municipalities and regions have to accommodate a more circular economy in the future.
In September 2017, HNST (pronounce as “honest”) had a collection campaign where people could drop off their old and unworn denims at more than 80 collecting points in Flanders (Belgium).
In operation since 2007, PET to PET Recycling Österreich GmbH focuses on the production of food-grade recycled PET, which is used for “bottle-to-bottle recycling”, a globally unique and resource-efficient recycling loop in which old PET bottles are turned into new ones.
"Junker" is an app which recognises products with a single click on their barcode, and provides people with all the information they need to recycle their components correctly and quickly. It makes waste disposal easy, thanks to the Internet of Things and user crowdsourcing.
Join the authors of the 'Linear Risks' report at 15:00 CET to understand more about the risks of a linear economy and share your thoughts.
Our world is only 9.1% circular and creating a more prosperous world requires personal, political and business leadership. But what can you do to accelerate the transition towards a circular economy?
The Danube Day event, supported by the DTP JOINTISZA project, aims to call the attention to growing problem of plastic waste pollution and it also offers a networking platform to those actively involved in policy and NGO level to find joint solutions toward the reduction of the emerging waste problem.
To explore what blockchain is and its potential role in supporting and enabling circular supply chains, Circle Lab and Circle Economy are hosting a series of Twitter chats on June 12, 13, and 14 to explore and unpack all of these questions
High level conference with three panels:
(1) Plastics in the circular economy;
(2) Circular bio-economy;
(3) Circular economy in cities.
La commission juridique de l’Institut national de l’économie circulaire, animée par Maître Arnaud Gossement, se réunira à Paris 28 juin 2018.
Social economy enterprises and traditional, for-profit enterprises collaborate in many ways. Together, they can co-create value for both partners and become a real source of jobs and social impact in Europe.
18th International Electronics Recycling Congress
The Environmental Regulatory Research Group at the School of Law, University of Surrey, the Law, Environment and Development Centre (LEDC) at the School of Law, SOAS and the Doctoral School at SOAS are organising a workshop on 2 June entitled Designing Law and Policy for a Zero Plastic Circular Economy.
The Holland Circular Economy week brings together a delegation of approximately 150 foreign knowledge institutions, business and government representatives with a special interest in CE.