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13/04/2021
The Circular Economy Action Plan estimates that the number of jobs linked to the circular economy in the EU grew by 5% between 2012 and 2018. Yet, there remains...
Type: Project
24/05/2018
New Europe-wide legislation to improve the energy efficiency of buildings and encourage building renovation has been approved by the EU institutions.
Type: Platform
20/06/2018
University of Patras held its 3rd stakeholder group meeting on the 20th of June 2018
Type: Project
30/09/2020
Online workshop with regional Universities on 30 September 2020.
Type: Project
30/06/2017
Venelin Dobrev from SZREDA took part in the 3rd party event International Scientific Conference “Agricultural Science, Ecology And Business For Smart Growth”!
Type: Project
Project Video 05/03/2020 The folder contains the Prometeus project video, created by Land Carinthia Type: Project Logbook 18/12/2019 Web-based tool for the monitoring of the Action Plans Type: Project Reports 17/12/2018 Here you can find all the published reports of us in the project. Type: Project Photos 25/07/2017 Full size photos, found in articles Type: Project Malta - Photos 03/08/2017 Photos from the first steering committee, workshop, and field visit Type: Project Presentations workshop partner... 16/02/2018 full presentations from the workshop held in Klagenfurt Type: Project Media 17/07/2018 Collection of PP Media appearances Type: Project Action Plans 28/06/2019 Regional Action Plans Type: Project Policy Briefs 26/07/2019 Policy Briefs for Castile-Leon, Lazio, Malta, Carinthia and Presov. Type: Project Prometeus flyer for EUSEW 22/01/2020 Flyer for the EUSEW event 'What will fuel tomorrow's mobiltiy?'. Type: Project See all Library Items Project Video Copy Link Prometeus project videohttps://www.cinemarko.at/portfolio-items/prometeus/ Logbook Copy Link Logbook for the implementation of the Action Plans Web based tool for the implementation and monitoring of the Action Plans. XLSX (19.46KB) Download Reports Copy Link Logbook - draft 1 Logbook (webbased monitoring tool) for the implementation of the Action Plans - Draft 1 XLSX (18.66KB) Download Reports on regional good practices please read through the good practices we figured out in our regions. PDF (518.81KB) Download Report on the preparedness and needs Please read throug our report. PDF (522.76KB) Download Photos Copy Link Lazio - Regional workshopPhoto of Lazio's stakeholder workshop on 14 July 2017 PROMETEUS press conference-CarinthiaSource: LPD/Bauer, From left to right: Gov. Kaiser, Mr. Miklin, Min. Holub e-DayOne of the project partners - Presov Self Governing Region has prepared a conference „e-Day“ focused on electromoblity. Malta - Photos Copy Link Steering CommitteeThe lead partners adressing the plenum Steering CommitteeThe meeting in progress PPPThe first slide of the kick off meeting Group PhotoThe kick-off participants Group photo field visitAll gathered during the FV Field visitImage of the first FV Field visitImage of the first FV Field visitImage of the first FV Field visitImage of the first FV Steering CommitteeThe gathered SC WorkshopDiscussion during the interregional WS Presentations workshop partner meeting Klagenfurt Copy Link Project SURAAA 5G permanent Tesfield and living lab Pörtschach PDF (1.64MB) Download Project BikeNAT Bicycle project inclouding e-mobility and mobility knotes PDF (572.43KB) Download Project e-moticon Klagenfurt Transnational strategy for interoperability in e-mobility infrastrukture PDF (1.56MB) Download E-mobility plan for ROME E-mobility plan for Rome PDF (934.85KB) Download Project power @ work Universtiy of applied sience Graz, PV plants at parking areas of companies PDF (1.29MB) Download Project e-moticon Region Gorenjska and their pilots in the e-moticon project PDF (1.47MB) Download Carinthia infrastructure state of the art Region Carinthia shows the current situation of chrging infrastructure in the region PDF (1.68MB) Download Regional governement Carinthia fleet change The regional governement Carinthia show the workflow and the outcomes of their fleet change towards to co2 free cars. PDF (1.16MB) Download Altran the way of e-mobility Altran shows the way of e-mobility from the past to the future. PDF (2.34MB) Download Media Copy Link Prometeus - Mundo Appearance in El Mundo - Castilia y León PDF (125.71KB) Download PROMETEUS Media Clipping 1 Our media appearances in the year of 2017 PDF (162.89KB) Download Action Plans Copy Link Action Plan Castilla y Leon - ES Action Plan for the promotion of electric mobility in Castilla y Leon, Spain. PDF (8.58MB) Download Action Plan Carinthia (Kärnten) - AT Action Plan for the promotion of electric mobility in the Land of Carinthia, Austria. PDF (4.23MB) Download Action Plan Lazio - IT Action Plan for the promotion of electric mobility in the Region of Lazio, Italy. PDF (2.15MB) Download Action Plan Transport Malta - MT Action Plan for the promotion of e-mobility in Malta by Transport Malta. PDF (6.27MB) Download Action Plan Presov - SK Action Plan for the promotion of e-mobility in the Self-Governing District of Presov, Slovakia PDF (3.05MB) Download Policy Briefs Copy Link Policy Brief Carinthia Policy Brief for the Federal State of Carinthia, Austria. PDF (327.69KB) Download Policy Brief Lazio Policy Brief of the Region of Lazio, Italy. PDF (252.91KB) Download Policy Brief Castile-Leon Policy Brief of the Autnomous Community of Castile-Leon, Spain. PDF (342.10KB) Download Policy Brief Malta Policy Brief for Malta, by Transport Malta. PDF (346.69KB) Download cover imagecover image Policy Brief Presov Policy Brief for the Self-Governing District of Presov PDF (334.22KB) Download Prometeus flyer for EUSEW Copy Link Prometeus flyer for EUSEW Flyer detailing the main aspects of Prometeus RAP, disseminated at the Prometeus-hosted EUSEW event 'What will fuel tomorrow's mobility?' PDF (1.90MB) Download (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js#xfbml=1&version=v2.10"; js.async = true; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); PROMETEUS
22/02/2019
SMEs encounter challenges when going international. Our webinar presents 2 solutions: export consortia and one-stop-shop
Type: Platform
13/12/2018
The second Interreg Europe CYBER project partners meeting took place in Tallinn, Estonia
Type: Project
Project summary CircPro (Smart Circular Procurement) aims at promoting the transition to a more circular economy related national and regional decision-making by increasing the implementation of the circular procurement. Ellen MacArthur Foundation has defined circular economy as a system that aims to redefine growth by focusing on positive society-wide benefits instead of the current take-make-dispose extractive industrial model. This means transition to renewable energy sources and gradually decoupling economic activity from the consumption of finite resources, and designing waste out of the system. According to the European Commission, circular procurement as a specific approach to green public procurement pays special attention to "the purchase of works, goods or services that seek to contribute to the closed energy and material loops within supply chains, whilst minimizing, and in the best case avoiding, negative environmental impacts and waste creation across the whole life-cycle". This more holistic approach is expected to create conditions that would stimulate energy and material savings, spread innovative solutions and create markets for clean solutions and hence lead to a circular economy. CircPro’s main objective is to increase the implementation of circular procurement under the targeted policy instruments so that the circular economy principles and criteria are incorporated into them or taken into account as a horizontal principle. CircPro targets the circular procurement from different approaches that have different complexity: all of which facilitate closed loops, but where the focus shifts from better quality products to new and innovative products and new business concepts. €2,208,675.00 from 1 Jun 2018 to 31 May 2023 Topic Environment and resource efficiency What will CircPro change? Contributing to the selected policy instruments by incorporating the circular economy principles and criteria on the strategic level, the ultimate goal after the project is to get circular procurement as an established practice of the procurement procedures within the partnership regions’ municipalities and towns. CircPro partnership consisting of 11 partners from 10 regions has identified main barriers that hinder the systematic implementation of the circular procurement in their regions. These are general lack of knowledge and expertise related to circular procurement, procedural and legal barriers, and procurers´ preconceptions about using, as well as lack of, recycled materials. With inter-regional cooperation, we aim to tackle these challenges by: increasing partner regions’ know-how on circular procurement and recycled materials identifying, assessing, exchanging and disseminating the existing national/regional initiatives, good practices, supporting measures, pilots and initiatives, main actors, organisations and networks that could boost the implementation of the circular procurement in the regions identifying the procedural and legal barriers experienced by procurers and suppliers when implementing procurements with circular elements providing a meeting place and enhance dialogue between procurers and suppliers (both groups are represented in the partnership and stakeholders’ groups) preparing regional Action Plans with specific proposals for improving the existing regional policies, programmes or instruments with their local stakeholder groups. Project covers two phases: Phase 1 from June 2018 to May 2021 and Phase 2 from June 2021 to May 2023. Phase 1 is devoted to inter-regional learning process – identifying, analyzing and exchanging knowledge and practices on circular procurement. Phase 2 is dedicated to implementing the Action Plans and evaluating their impact. Partnership Lead Partner Partner What policy instruments does the project address? Kymenlaakso’s RIS3 strategy (Research and Innovation Strategy for Smart Specialisation) 2016–2020 Kymenlaakso’s RIS3 strategy will create, via its chosen key strategy points, the framework for the direction of the province’s development effort, as well as the implementation and objectives of project activity. Kymenlaakso’s RIS3 strategy’s key strategy points are:   1. Security and smart logistics (logistics) 2. Energy, new products and entrepreneurial activity from resource-effective and low-carbon bio- and circular economy (bioeconomics; incl. circular economy) 3. a) Cyber-security and gamification as well as b) Digital applications in logistics, bioeconomics (incl. circular economy) and tourism as well as in health and well -being (digitalisation).   The RIS3 is a key element strategy when choosing the next target areas for regional development before and after 2020. Although circular procurement (later: CP) has a significant role in promoting circular economy by enabling development of new circular products and services and circular entrepreneurship, it isn’t included in the Kymenlaakso’s RIS3 strategy. Public procurement plays a greater role in the creation of innovations than the financial support for research and development projects. So the inclusion of CP in the strategy promotes the achievement of the strategy's objectives more effectively. CP is also one of the focus areas of the European Commission’s Circular Economy Package and of Finnish road map to a circular economy. Therefore it is important that circular procurement is included in regional strategies.   Which partners are working on this? Kouvola Innovation Ltd Andalucía ERDF 2014-20 OP Horizontal principle: Efficient Use of Resources. Andalusia is an autonomous community of Spain, a highly decentralized state. The ERDF Regional Operational Programme Andalusia (OP) has as a main objective the more efficient use of resources. The more efficient use of resources responds to specific challenges of the “Employment Agenda of Andalusia Region” and moves to all the thematic objectives of the ERDF OP. Also, this horizontal principle is in the specific T.O. 6 “Preserving and protecting the environment and promoting resource efficiency”, with the 14 % of the financial budget of the Andalusia ERDF OP. The regional investment priority sectors are: - 6a – Waste sector - 6b – Water sector   Reasons to be improved: The circular procurement (CP) is an essential element in the regional policy. The existing main barriers are the procedural and legal barriers, a general lack of knowledge and expertise, and consumer’s perception.   Specifically, the Andalusia Regional Government has identified the following areas for improving ERDF OP: - Specific provisions on how to stimulate proposals and project in the field of resource efficiency and eco-innovation. - Provisions for monitoring projects on green and environmentally friendly Key Performance Indicators, that are not adequately developed yet. - Although green public procurement procedures are regular in certain services, there are limited in waste and water management.   Which partners are working on this? Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Sustainable Development - Regional Government of Andalucia Environmental and Water Agency of Andalusia Piemonte Region Operational Programme ERDF 2014-2020 The ROP is built around some pillars that include Green Economy & Sustainability with close links into 3 of the Priority Axes (PAs) of the OP, relevant to CircPro:   ­ PA1 (R&I): The support of R&I infrastructure and closer links between research and industry (IP1a) is planned aimed at the development of innovative products and services (IP1b) taking into consideration social innovation and ecoinnovation as transversal strands. ­ PA3 (Competitiveness of SMEs): Competitiveness of SMEs in the agricultural, fishing and aquaculture sectors thanks to the development of new business models including green economy and more efficient concepts are planned (IP3b). Investments in greening the SMEs processes are also planned (IP3c). ­ PA4 (Low Carbon Economy): Promotion of renewable energies and energy efficiency (IP4b) within companies is supported, to which end, Circular Economy processes can contribute to.   The measures to be supported falling under the Green Economy & Sustainable fields, fail to mainstream systemic approaches for a Circular Economy. The application of the concept of environmental sustainability is limited to the increase of resource efficiency, use of renewable resources, reduction of waste production and preservation of environmental heritage.   MA of the OP is aware of this limitation, reason why it is engaged in the proposal.   Which partners are working on this? Piemonte Region University of Turin Thematic operational program for the competitiveness and internationalization and Alentejo operational program 2014-2020 -ERDF Regional programme – Alentejo 2020, priority: Promotion of low carbon strategies for all types of territories and priority 3 for the thematic objective 3 "RESEARCH, TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION”. Circular economy is considered in the national and regional policy instruments namely in the number 1 b) of article 40 of the specific regulation for competitiveness and internationalization and where is stated that must be developed projects that incorporate the principles of eco-efficiency and circular economy in order to promote more efficient use of resources, encourage the reduction and reuse of waste and minimizing the extraction and use of raw materials.   The policy instrument to be targeted is under the thematic objective 3 "RESEARCH, TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION" and the investment priority "Promoting business investment in R & D, developing synergies between enterprises, research and development centres and higher education sector in the promotion of products and services, technology transfer, social innovation, eco-innovation, demand stimulation in networks, clusters and in open innovation through the support for technological and applied research, pilot lines, early product validation, advanced production and first production capabilities, in particular on key enabling technologies".   Which partners are working on this? Commission for regional Development and Coordination of Alentejo National plan for waste management 2014-2020 The National Waste Management Plan (NWMP) has a key role to play in achieving resource efficiency and sustainable waste management. The successful implementation of the NWMP will lead to the prevention and reduction of the harmful impact of waste on the environment and human health and on the reduction of the use of primary natural resources.   Following measure is addressed: Goal 3: Waste management, ensuring a clean and safe environment   The reasons to be improved are: - Development of EU legislation, specifically the EU Commission’s Circular Economy Package that needs to be implemented at the local strategic documents, such as NWMP - Lack of proper definition in the relevant strategic documents.   This goal will be achieved through the following improvements: - improved capacity of waste management institutions - improved quality of information and support for taking informed management decisions   The NWMP 2014-2020 provides measures and indicators to cope that issue, and it needs to be updated with the latest legislative amendments at EU level, and more important with the latest EU Circular economy package.   The Operational Program "Environment 2014-2020" is set to meet the objectives of the NWMP for the period 2014-2020 and the amendment of the plan will provide future basis for adopting measures and criteria for the circular procurements that are not addressed at the current NWMP, neither in the relevant Operational Program, nor the legislation Which partners are working on this? Bulgarian Association of Recycling Ordinance on the implementation of public procurement procedures for the City of Ivanić-Grad Public procurement is mentioned within two priority axes of the OPCC: 9b - Providing support for physical, economic and social regeneration of deprived communities in urban and rural areas and TA 2 - Support to efficient implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the programmes.   The 9b priority axis refers to public procurement within the examples for action. The recommendation there is to build capacity of local authorities during implementation phase where execution of public procurement procedures becomes an important point of action to fulfil the goals of the aforementioned priority axis. The TA 2 Technical assistance priority axis refers to improvements in effectiveness and transparency of the public procurement process that is a result of activities that shall be carried out under this priority axis. This is especially notable for activities aimed towards achieving the specific goal of Support to efficient implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the programmes. Finally, aside from the priority goals, green public procurement is adopted as a horizontal principle that will be fully respected and implemented in the execution of the OPCC.   It is then obvious that circular procurement as a concept is scarcely being referred to or is completely omitted in the OPCC; hence, there is plenty of room for policy improvement of the future Operational Programme.     Which partners are working on this? Development Agency IGRA Instrument „Pre-Commercial Procurement LT“ Investment priority concerned - PRIORITY AXIS 1 - STRENGTHENING RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION, INVESTMENT PRIORITY 1.2 of Lithuanian OP - Promoting business investment in R&I, developing links and synergies between enterprises, research and development centres and the higher education sector, in particular promoting investment in product and service development, technology transfer, social innovation, eco-innovation, public service applications, demand stimulation, networking, clusters and open innovation through smart specialisation, and supporting technological and applied research, pilot lines, early product validation actions, advanced manufacturing capabilities and first production, in particular in key enabling technologies and diffusion of general purpose technologies.   The aim of the instrument "Pre-Commercial Procurement LT" is to encourage innovation development and adjustment to public sector, in order to supply public sector needs and to help new products to enter the market. Characteristics of the instrument: Budget – 29,36 mln. Eur; Funding up to 85%; PCP in line with Smart Specialisation Strategy; In line with the principles: strategic importance; necessity of the innovative products; significant benefit for the society and public procurer.   Reason for improvement is that the Circular Procurement as a new concept in whole EU, should be incorporated to the public procurement procedures to enhance the transitions towards circular economy. Which partners are working on this? Lithuanian Innovation Centre Eastern Macedonia-Thrace Operational Programme 2014-2020 The Operational Programme (CCI number: 2014GR16M2OP014) aims to boost economic development and create job opportunities in East Macedonia and Thrace. It contributes to achieving Europe 2020 targets for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, also in line with the smart specialisation strategy.   CircPro project is fully in line with the objectives and priorities that have been set into the Regional Operational Programme 2014-2020. Thematic Objective 3: Enhancement of the competitiveness of SMEs, Investment Priority 3d (ERDF)- Supporting the capacity of SMEs to develope at regional, national and international markets, and to participateIn innovation processes; Thematic Objective 6: Protection of the environment and Promoting efficient use of Resources; Investment priority (6a) Investments in the waste sector to meet the requirements of the Union's environmental acquis and meet the needs identified by the Member States for investments exceeding those requirements; Through the proposed improved governance the policy instrument should take into account the terms of resources efficiency in the targeted sectors of priority in the Region and introduce the criteria of Circular Procurement. Currently there is no comprehensive explanation within the OP on what GPP or CP is and what kind of measures and actions would be acceptable to achieve evaluation points for the proposal implementing such principles. Which partners are working on this? Region of East Macedonia and Thrace (REMTH) Strategic plan – Energy and Climate in Elverum 2014 – 2018 (SEAP) All municipalities in Norway have a SEAP. It describes objectives and strategies, but also specific local actions. It is the municipal councils who prepare and adopt SEAP, and these will be updated regularly, usually every 4 years.   The SEAP describes the vision: Elverum shall by using renewable energy, climate-friendly energy solutions, climate-friendly materials and measures for increased CO2 binding in forest, increase the positive contribution to the global CO2 accounts.   Elements from SEAP are differently reflected in routines and rules for public procurement. There are some guiding recommendations that are not legally binding. For example: "Handbook on the use of sustainable materials in construction" in Elverum Municipality.   However, there is an overall target: The municipality will have a carbon neutral operation by 2030   SEAP has formal status as "municipal sub plan" and therefore has a central place in the plan hierarchy.   There is a reason for improvement, as in practical implementation of the SEAPs, we often discover: - Conflict with other plans - Conflict with central regulations and rules - Plans and strategies that have not been updated or have incorporated technological and political developments.   Which partners are working on this? Municipality of Elverum Operational Programme for Cohesion Policy Funds 2014-2020. Priority axis 4: Growth-capable entrepreneurship and internally competitive R&D. Specific objective 3. Innovative solutions increase resource productivity of enterprises Estonian economy is the one of the most resource and energy intensive one in the EU. The enterprises have been reluctant to increase the resource efficiency for quite some time. Both ‘Europe 2020’ and ‘Estonia 2020’ have the objective of ensuring sustainable and low-carbon economic growth and the R&D and innovation strategy identifies resource efficiency as one of the main growth areas. To ensure this, it is necessary to continue to decouple growth from increasing resource use. Procurement of products and services that follow the principles of CE can create demand for and motivate businesses to develop such products and services.   The goal of this investment priority is to increase the competitiveness of enterprises both applying and offering resource efficient technologies, stimulating eco-innovation and contribute to economic growth in the longer term etc. However, it does not directly address the motivation of moving towards circular economy. This policy instrument needs to be improved because the policy framework and national support measures do not address circular procurement as a tool to create demand and stimulate market for products and services following circular principles. At the same time, it is one of the essential points in encouraging businesses to adopt circular business models and improve their resource efficiency. Therefore, there is a need to improve the management (governance) of this policy instrument.   Which partners are working on this? Stockholm Environment Institute Tallinn Centre CircPro Project Brief The 3rd Project Brief (May 2021) is out! Check what's happened! CircPro brochure CircPro project brochure in two different versions (web and printable) is now available! Take a peek! CircPro Project Brief The 2nd Project Brief (May 2020) is out! Check what's happened! CircPro Project Brief First Project Brief (May 2019) is out! Check what's happened! Tweets by CircPro Latest News See all project news 07/06/2021 7th CircPro Interregional Partner Meeting by Croatia Croatian Development agency IGRA, with the help of PJR consulting, organized on Wednesday, 25 May 2021, the 7th partner meeting of the CircPro project. Type: Project 26/05/2021 CPP included in Kymenlaakso’s policy documents Since the start of CircPro project, circular public procurement (CPP) has been incorporated into a number of strategic documents in Kymenlaakso. Type: Project 25/05/2021 Circular procurements trending in Bulgaria The concept of circular public procurement is gaining more and more popularity in Bulgaria in the last year. Type: Project 25/05/2021 CircPro and its 17 Good Practices The CircPro project partners have identified a number of good practices (GPs) from the partnership regions. Type: Project 23/05/2021 Greece has adopted the Action Plan for GPP The Greek government, after successfully completing public consultation, has approved the National Action Plan for the GPP. Type: Project 21/05/2021 Italian National Recovery and Resilience Plan The Italian Parliament recently approved the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP). Type: Project 13/04/2021 4th Stakeholder meeting in Greece The Region of Eastern Macedonia and Thrace (REMTH), organized the 4th Stakeholder Meeting on Tuesday, 16 March 2021, online. Type: Project 18/03/2021 Sustainable transport and mobility solutions webinar Webinar in February, organized by Lithuanian Innovation Centre, investigated good practices of sustainable transport and mobility solutions. Type: Project 09/03/2021 CircPro presented on EU LIFE Project webinar CircPro Italian partner Regione Piemonte presents CircPro LIFE Integrated Project PREPAIR Type: Project 04/02/2021 CircPro included in Italian dossier by Legambiente Thanks to Regione Piemonte, project CircPro is included in a complementary dossier to the latest regional EcoForum on Waste and Circular Economy by Legambiente Type: Project
Press 16/03/2017 COCOON in the news Type: Project Newsletters 07/04/2017 Read the latest newsletters about the COCOON project. Type: Project Presentations 26/04/2018 General Type: Project Policy briefs & Publications 11/01/2019 Policy briefs and publications in the field of research and innovation Type: Project IEoE Event Cordoba 21 Feb 2018 29/03/2018 Presentations IEoE Event Cordoba 21 Feb 2018 Type: Project Second thematic event 10/07/2018 Presentations Type: Project Financial aspects of landfill... 11/10/2018 Presentation IEoE event Nicosia (Cyprus) 26 Sept 2018 Type: Project Other 22/03/2019 Various documents Type: Project Action Plans 27/05/2021 Find action plans here Type: Project See all Library Items Press Copy Link 04/2019 Sunday Circle (Malta) 04/2019 The changing landscape of waste disposal (Sunday Circle, Malta). PDF (1.00MB) Download 01.03.2018 Medio Ambiente (Spain) Técnicos europeos visitan el estado de los terrenos de La Pitilla PDF (1.63MB) Download 21.02.2018 Diario Cordoba (Spain) Debaten en Córdoba el futuro de los vertederos PDF (3.48MB) Download 21.02.2018 Cordopolis (Spain) Córdoba celebra la Cuarta Reunión Interregional del Proyecto Cocoon sobre políticas de vertederos PDF (7.65MB) Download 21.02.2018 Teleprensa (Spain) Córdoba celebra la Cuarta Reunión Interregional del Proyecto Cocoon sobre políticas de vertederos PDF (1.34MB) Download 20.02.2018 DOE Newsletter (Cyprus) Ηλεκτρονικο ενημερωτικο δελτιο PDF (6.80MB) Download 18.09.2017 Diario Cordoba (Spain) Sadeco acoge algunas jornadas de estudio PDF (791.85KB) Download 18.09.2017 Ahora Cordoba (Spain) Sadeco acoge algunas jornadas de estudio PDF (454.12KB) Download 06.02.2017 Internetgazet (Belgium) European funding for sanitation of landfills PDF (616.72KB) Download 06.02.2017 Engineernet.be (Belgium) Action plan launched around the valorisation and management of landfills PDF (4.77MB) Download 19.01.2017 The Malta Business Weekly (Malta) Waterserv and ERA to participate in Interreg Europe project COCOON on landfill management PDF (82.45KB) Download 13.01.2017 Malta Today (Malta) Waterserv and ERA to develop landfill management policy in €14 million EU project PDF (1.48MB) Download 13.01.2017 TVM (Malta) Wasteserv to participate in European project on landfill management PDF (662.30KB) Download 21.11.2016 Welt (Germany) Brandenburg als einziges Bundesland bei EUDeponien- Projekt PDF (56.72KB) Download 21.11.2016 Bild (Germany) Brandenburg als einziges Bundesland bei EUDeponien- Projekt PDF (1.48MB) Download 21.11.2016 Online Focus (Germany) Brandenburg als einziges Bundesland bei EUDeponien- Projekt PDF (126.37KB) Download 09.11.2016 Bouwkroniek (Belgium) Steun voor regionaal beheer van stortplaatsen PDF (123.20KB) Download 09.11.2016 dVO (Belgium) Interreg assigns COCOON project around landfill management to EURELCO PDF (610.10KB) Download 04.11.2016 Limburg Actueel (Belgium) Houthalen is centre for innovative landfill mining PDF (4.74MB) Download 20.10.2016 NPT Procestechnologie (Netherlands) Interreg Europe Project COCOON Op 5 oktober goedgekeurd door de Europese Commissie PDF (162.29KB) Download COCOON: European opportunities for landfills COCOON: European opportunities for landfills. From waste to raw material. PDF (172.41KB) Download COCOON: European opportunities for landfills COCOON: European opportunities for landfills - from waste to raw material PDF (172.41KB) Download 01/2019 - International Environmental Funding 01/2019 - International Environmental Funding (Sunday Circle, Malta) PDF (456.24KB) Download 04/2019 Bodem (The Netherlands) From a static to a dynamic landfill management Experiences from the Netherlands, Flanders and Brandenburg PDF (1.12MB) Download Newsletters Copy Link 24/05/2018 COCOON: Thematic event on LFM The first thematic event of COCOON on ‘Environmental aspects of landfill management projects’ took place in Spain on February 21-22, 2018. PDF (1.15MB) Download 11.2017 - EURELCO Enhanced Landfill Mining (ELFM) PDF (4.64MB) Download 05.2017 - EURELCOCall for stakeholders 04.2017 - EURELCOSecond partner meeting COCOON 03.2017 - OVAMCOCOON: European research for ELFM 03.2017 - EURELCOFirst partner meeting COCOON 03.2017 - i-Cleantech Vlaanderen EUROPEES PARLEMENT STEMT VOOR OPNAME ENHANCED LANDFILL MINING IN EU RICHTLIJN PDF (4.47MB) Download 02.2017 - i-Cleantech VlaanderenCOCOON officially launched during press conference 10.2016 - i-Cleantech VlaanderenCOCOON approved on 5 October 10.2016 - EURELCO EURELCO wins Interreg Europe project COCOON on landfill management PDF (3.69MB) Download 06.2016 - EURELCOCOCOON submitted 08.2015 - EURELCOEURELCO submitted the COCOON project Presentations Copy Link Rawfill X UGent PDF (7.97MB) Download Bird Rock This presentation was held at the thematic event on recycling technologies in landfill management projects held in Mechelen on July 3, 2019. 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