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Atelier Productive Metropolis BXL is an initiative in Brussels that proposes giving old industrial sites a new lease on life by focusing on attracting innovative
The UK’s WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Regulations require distributors that are directly supplying new Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE) for use in private households to
The close cooperation of the “Golden Triangle” – government, research institutes and industry – makes sure that the products in the Dutch dairy chain are safe and high quality.
The SME+ Innovation Fund is a program by the Netherlands Enterprise Agency, which uses credit schemes to stimulate development projects to which financial ri
In order to reduce the number of vehicles entering central London, a Congestion Charge Zone was introduced by Transport for London in 2003.
Urban beekeeping in London has grown in popularity in recent years and is supported by both the city and national government.
The EU institutions are finalizing negotiations which will set binding targets in the revised directive on national emissions ceilings (NEC).
The FIBERSORT sorting technology can detect the fiber composition of post-consumer recyclable textile materials (through optical detection technology) and uses this to sort clothes based on the mat
The Swedish government is introducing tax breaks on repairs to everything from bicycles to washing machines so it will no longer make sense to throw out old or broken items and buy new ones. Sweden
Stadslogistiek Delft is a PostNL Initiative in cooperation with the municipality of Delft aimed at developing the logistics system for the city of tomorrow.
Surrey Reuse Network (SRN) developed through close collaboration of the founding member organisations and the full co-operation, guidance, support and financial investment of Surrey County Council.
As part of London's focus on the circular economy, the City Hall's Environment team is working with five circular businesses.
The UK-wide ‘Love Your Clothes’ campaign (funded by the national government and the WRAP, the UK’s circular economy institution) visits cities around the country, holding events which encourage ind
The programme Smart Regulation for Green Growth is a joint programme of the ministries of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure and the Environment to remove regulatory barriers that prevent innovati
France has now become the first country in the world to ban plastic plates, cups and utensils.
The Californian city of San Francisco has unanimously voted to outlaw a huge variety of plastic products, one of the most extensive plastic bans in the USA.
The Indian government has made the use of waste plastic in road construction mandatory to reduce plastic waste.
The Municipality of Venlo used C2C principles in the design and procurement of the new Venlo City Hall.
With the adoption of the German Resource Efficiency Programme (ProgRess) in February 2012, Germany was among the first countries to determine targets, guiding principles and approaches for the prot
In 2013, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and the Department of Environmental Affairs of South Africa including stakeholders in the motor industry launched the electric vehicle (ev) indus
SYMBI project will contribute to improve the implementation of regional development policies and programmes related to the promotion and dissemination of Industrial Symbiosis and Circular Economy f