The Navigation Tool is designed to explain the different steps in the plastic recycling process, from collection through sorting to reuse.
It gives information on the TRANSFORM-CE project’s findings, shares links to project reports and publications, gives the contact details of the project’s partners for questions or collaboration, explains IEM and AM, and suggests uses for recycled plastics.
A Biowaste Club is an institutionalised platform for multi-stakeholder engagement whose members are all local and regional actors along the biowaste value chain, such as waste management companies, research institutions, public authorities, etc.
Biowaste Club meetings take place twice a year, set-up and formats can vary, depending on the local needs and, consequently, on their agenda.
This updated playbook by Nordic Innovation, Accenture and Sitra is a guide to circular business models. It is tailored to companies in the Nordic manufacturing industries and describes the key enablers to fully transform and become a circular business.
Using good practices and replicable examples from Europe and beyond, these EU-funded BUS-GoCircular project guidelines aim to raise awareness among practitioners and policymakers about their ability to promote a more circular construction sector and upskill professionals.
65% of electrical and electronic appliances put on the market must be collected after use when it turns into Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). One key step in achieving that 65% is to map e-waste streams, reliably and at every stage. The BeWeee tool is designed to help companies in Belgium do so.
The Circular Economy Competence Framework for Young People is the outcome of research by the Circular Economy-Sustainable Competences for Youth (CESCY) project team. The project has identified the competences that young people need when adopting a circular economy approach.
The Circular Buildings Toolkit will help designers and planners create a better future in the built environment sector. Arup and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation launched the toolkit in a bid to bring a circular economy for buildings into the mainstream, and future-proof assets in the face of a rapidly changing policy landscape.
This roadmap supports governments in their goals to work towards 100% circular procurement and commissioning. The roadmap provides for a step-by-step plan that helps to design the implementation process and select actions needed.
Reducing the negative environmental impact caused by building processes and materials is an important element of circular construction. Sustainable construction applies to both public spaces (as it pertains to civil and hydraulic engineering) and the built environment (the construction of residential and non-residential buildings).