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All public services in Ludwigsburg enjoy “Cradle to Cradle” office material thanks to green public procurement

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Germany

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The city of Ludwigsburg in Germany has a sustainable development strategy that  includes the use of procurement to achieve its sustainability  goals, instructing all public procurement departments to follow “Cradle  to  Cradle” principles in their procurement and awarding criteria.

Refurbishing a kindergarten building with minimal environmental impact in Koprivnica

Green Public Procurement in practice
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In 2018, the Croatian city of Koprivnica needed to replace a prefabricated kindergarten. Instead of demolishing the building entirely, Koprivnica opted for Green Public Procurement (GPP) and aimed to maintain as much of the physical structure as possible, while refurbishing and improving it.

FOREWEAR - inclusive social enterprise reusing and recycling clothing

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Czech Republic

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FOREWEAR is a project based in the Czech Republic. It collects unwanted clothing from company employees and donates them to charity organisations. Part of the material is recycled and, together with surpluses from textile industrial productions, is then used to produce recycled products printed with companies' branding.

EcoProtech Oy: turning waste organic material into biogas

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EcoProtech has developed the EPAD (EcoProtech Advanced Digestion) technology. EPAD is based on a continuous, industrial scale, anaerobic digestion process.

eChiller - highly energy-efficient cooler with minimal global warming impact

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Germany

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eChiller is a refrigerator system developed and manufactured by the German company Efficient Energy which uses only water. 

Machiels Group: closing materials loops through enhanced landfill mining

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Enhanced Landfill Mining (ELFM) of historic (and future) landfills is a key part of the solution for closing material loops. It addresses major societal challenges by recovering materials, energy and land. Machiels' ‘Closing the Circle’ project will be the first to put ELFM into practice.

Preparing for a circular playground: a tender for creative spaces to play and learn in Aalborg

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As part of the Circular Public Procurement project, the City of Aalborg (Denmark) has established a new innovative approach to buying playgrounds, based on the principles of a circular economy, as well as grounded in a pedagogical understanding of creative play as an important part of a child’s development.

WOODYLOOP: circular pyjamas

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The Woody Group, a company which manufactures pyjamas, wants to use raw materials more efficiently and responsibly in the future. It also wants to take more responsibility for its products once they are put on the market.

bpost wants to move towards sustainable vending machines

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Belgium

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BPost's project aims to replace all water fountains and vending machines for hot and cold drinks and snacks. The company would like to install new machines that are energy-efficient and produce less waste.

The Flemish government’s Facility Services Agency opts for circular office furnishings

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The Facility Services Agency drew up an inventory of all the surplus office furniture from the various departments of the Flemish government. This made it much easier to give the chairs, desks and cupboards etc. a second life.

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