Rental of low-carbon multifunction devices (mfd) in Porto

Categories: Eco Consumption, Economic, Energy, Product Service Systems, Other Fractions

Organisation: LIPOR – Intermunicipal Waste Management of Greater Porto

Localisation: Metropolitan Area of Porto

Summary

This good practices factsheet focuses on the tender for renting of imaging equipment to be used in the LIPOR facilities in Porto.

Procurement of low environmental impact printed materials in Rome

Categories: Paper, Eco Consumption, Economic, Recycling

Tags: procurement

Organisation: Metropolitan City of Rome Capital

Localisation: Rome

Summary

This good practices factsheet focuses on the tender for the acquisition of low environmental impact printed material by the Metropolitan City of Rome Capital.

Procurement of low environmental impact road maintenance in Fiumicino

Categories: Construction Material, Eco Consumption, Economic, Waste Prevention, Recycling, Industrial and Territorial Ecology, Other Fractions

Tags: procurement

Organisation: Municipality City of Rome Capital

Localisation: Fiumicino municipality

Summary

This circular economy good practice focuses on the procurement of low environmental impact road maintenance that has been implemented by the Municipality of Fiumicino, with recyled content asphalt, cold laid.

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)

Main partners:

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.