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Circular and Bioeconomy Centre: promoting industrial symbiosis in Lapland

Kemi-Tornio's circular economy innovation platform

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Finland

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The Circular and Bioeconomy Centre is based on a cross-sectoral industry co-operation involving mining, metal, and forest industries and service companies in the Kemi-Tornio economic region, and accounts for about 80 % of Lapland's industrial production.

Italian design with maestria: these stylish pieces of furniture are modular, repairable, recyclable

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Italy

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Lessmore, the Italian ecodesign brand, produces and trades a collection of furnishings and accessories designed to ensure maximal repairability and recyclability, and minimal environmental impact.

El Ouidane: biowaste revives an oasis and keeps the desert at bay

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Other (Tunisia)

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By initiating collection and composting practices into a 1500 inhabitants city district, the El Ouidane project aims to combat the desertification and to protect a fragile environment such as oases.

Modular straw-based eco-modules meet economic, insulation, safety and recyclability requirements

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Italy

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Prespaglia offers a product line of modular blocks of pressed straw for the construction sector. The modular eco-blocks are made of straw, clay and pozzolan lime, making them entirely recyclable and biodegradable.

Favini pairs with Barilla to create CartaCrusca, using up bran residues from the mills

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Italy

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The "CartaCrusca" project consists in recovering bran residues from the milling of Barilla wheat, not usable for human consumption, and subsequently processing them, together with cellulose, for the production of paper.

From the production of agricultural lime to summer barbecues, olive pits make a perfect circular fuel

Klimis:From waste to value

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Greece

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KLIMIS has been using the woody part of Greek olive pits as heating fuel for its kiln in order to bake lime stones since 1968. In 1992, it developed a patented process to recycle the residual material from this combustion into highly-efficient, low-emission barbecue briquettes.

Love them, wear them out, wear them again: full repair service is part of this eco-responsible shoe line

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Sweden

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Kavat produces durable and high-quality shoes made of sustainable materials by resorting to eco-friendly manufacturing processes, and also offers a shoe repair service.

Biopolymer Hydal is made from waste cooking oil and is 100% recyclable

Hydal is nature

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Czech Republic

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NAFIGATE’s Hydal Biotechnology uses waste cooking oil to produce a fully biodegradable and biocompatible PHA biopolymer named Hydal (Polyhydroxyalcanoates). This is the first biopolymer of its kind being produced on an industrial scale at an affordable price.

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