Mobile waste collection points in Ibiza

Categories: Construction Material, Biogenic fraction, Governance, Strategy and Planning, Paper, Metal, Glass, Plastic, Recycling, EEE, Wood, Land use, Other bulky items, Other Fractions

Organisation: Island Council of Ibiza

Main partners:

Ca Na Negreta, S.A.

Localisation: Ibiza/Balearic Islands/Spain

Summary

Mobile waste collection points were implemented in Ibiza with the purpose to combine an efficient selective collection system with a low visual and spatial impact of waste management in the urban heritage area. The Mobile Clean Points are waste collection vehicles adapted to be used by citizens, collecting different types of waste in various locations on the island.

London Circular Economy Strategy

Categories: Construction Material, Biogenic fraction, Governance, Strategy and Planning, Business models, Legal, Waste Prevention, Plastic, Reuse and preparing for reuse, Recycling, EEE, Other Fractions

Organisation: London Waste and Recycling Board (LWARB)

Main partners:

Localisation: London/United Kingdom

Summary

The Greater London Authority (the Mayor of London’s administration) and the London Waste and Recycling Board cooperated to develop and implement a route map for the city’s transition towards a circular economy, focusing especially on 5 areas: built environment, food, textiles, electricals and plastics. LWARB are now working with stakeholders across London to deliver the action plan contained within the route map. This work includes programmes to create the right conditions for the circular economy through collaboration, policy, finance, business support and promoting circular actions and models.

Schiphol Amsterdam airport’s circular public procurement

Categories: Construction Material, Governance, Strategy and Planning, Energy, EEE, Product Service Systems, Collaborative Economy, Other Fractions

Organisation: Schiphol Airport/Schiphol Group

Main partners:

Localisation: Amsterdam/Northern Holland/The Netherlands

Summary

Schiphol Airport boosts the principles of sustainability with the goal to generate zero waste by 2030. Supporting circular economy, it made a deal with Philips Lighting, which has been working on a lighting retrofit at the airport based on a lighting-as-a-service business model. This business model puts focus on relationships via services instead of equipment selling.

ECO3 Circular Economy Business Area in Tampere Region

Categories: Biogenic fraction, Metal, Technical and Research, Energy, Plastic, Wood, Industrial and Territorial Ecology, Other Fractions

Organisation: Verte Oy (public company owned by municipality of Nokia)

Main partners:

Main company partners are 21 anchor firms and technology providers such as (full list from the ECO3 web site):

Main public partners are:

Localisation: Nokia, Tampere region, Finland

Summary

ECO3 is a business park located in the Kolmenkulma business park in the border area between the cities of Nokia, Tampere and Ylöjärvi. The core of the industrial activity is being formed from bio- and circular economy companies which activities offer possibilities to many other tech and service companies in the bio- and circular economy, water-economy and energy field. From this area of independent organizations, a new creative ecosystem has developed, which exceeds traditional sector boundaries, and in which one person’s waste is another’s commodity. ECO3 works simultaneously as a demonstration and pilot environment, which is developed by co-operating with both domestic and foreign companies, as well as universities.