100-100-100 Waste-free-days

Categories: Biogenic fraction, Eco Consumption, Waste Prevention, Communication and Education

Organisation: Municipalities of: Apeldoorn, Bronckhorst, Brummen, Deventer, Doesburg, Epe, Lochem and Zutphen

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Localisation: Apeldoorn, Bronckhorst, Brummen, Deventer, Doesburg, Epe, Lochem and Zutphen

Summary

Circulus-Berkel, in partnership with municipal governments, organized an awareness raising and training program focusing on household waste, such as organic waste, kitchen waste and PMD (plastic, metal and cardboard drink packaging). The focus was placed on behavoural modification through communication. Additionally, an experiment was conducted on avoiding kitchen waste.

Surrey reuse network

Categories: Technical and Research, Reuse and preparing for reuse, Communication and Education, EEE, Wood, Other bulky items

Organisation: Surrey County Council (SCC)

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Localisation: Surrey (United Kingdom)

Summary

The aim of the Surrey Reuse Network (SRN) is to increase furniture reuse across the Surrey county and reduce the volume sent to landfill. More specifically, Surrey County Council (SCC) seeks to (1) enable the 5 networks of Furniture Reuse Organisations (FROs) to work as a county-wide network, delivering coordinated services that would optimise reuse and provide a consistent, high-quality service for residents; (2) build the capacity of individual FROs to handle greater volumes of furniture and white goods; and (3) raise public awareness of the potential for re-use and increase access to it.

Foodbattle program in municipalities in Gelderland

Categories: Eco Consumption, Waste Prevention, Communication and Education, Other Fractions

Organisation: Apeldoorn; Lochem; Brummen; Provincie Gelderland

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Localisation: Province of Gelderland

Summary

During the FoodBattles in Apeldoorn, Lochem, Brummen and Eerbeek it was revealed to be possible to decrease the amount of food waste by 20% in three weeks. The concept of FoodBattle is to raise awareness of both consumers and supermarkets on the measures that can be taken to reduce food waste.

Amsterdam Strategy for Circular Economy

Categories: Eco Design, Instruments, Construction Material, Governance, Strategy and Planning, Biogenic fraction, Legal, Paper, Eco Production, Business models, Eco Consumption, Metal, Resources, Economic, Glass, Technical and Research, Waste Prevention, Energy, Communication and Education, Reuse and preparing for reuse, Plastic, Recycling, Water, EEE, Land use, Product Service Systems, Wood, Other bulky items, Industrial and Territorial Ecology, Collaborative Economy, Other Fractions

Organisation: Amsterdam Municipality

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Localisation: Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

Summary

The Municipality of Amsterdam has released several documents on their strategy for working towards a circular economy. This strategy includes innovative business models, awareness raising activities and resource management projects. This factsheet gives a brief summary and insight into some of these documents and the partner associations working to enact these strategies.