Project good practices

Fosters local and national awareness campaigns with messages to promote participation in reuse, recycling at home and public spaces.
Location: Eastern Scotland, United Kingdom
Project: RETRACE
CelluComp is a material science company producing Curran®, a nano-fibre product made from agri-food waste streams from root crop.
Location: Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Project: RETRACE
This company aims to transform under-used resources from food and drink industries, into higher value, sustainable, high-quality protein products.
Location: Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Project: RETRACE
Facilitates the transfer of innovation and research from academia to the industry, fostering Scotland’s competitiveness and capacities through the performance.
Location: Eastern Scotland, United Kingdom
Project: RETRACE
SEPA is Scotland’s environmental regulator . Its primary role is to protect and improve Scotland’s environment across all sectors.
Location: Eastern Scotland, United Kingdom
Project: RETRACE
Zero Waste Scotland’s mission is the dissemination of policy to encourage behaviour change among population and organisations through programmes and brands.
Location: Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Project: RETRACE
Api’Up produces a series of new and designed furniture from waste and abandoned materials, collected in the territory, employing socially-fragile workers.
Location: Aquitaine, France
Project: RETRACE
Agglolux is a family company that has recovered an historical activity to create valuable products from the waste of cork local wine industry.
Location: Burgenland AT, Austria (Österreich)
Project: RETRACE
Koopera promotes the social and professional integration of socially excluded people, through activities related to environmental issues and social care.
Location: Andalucía, Spain (España)
Project: RETRACE
Black Bears technology aims to upcycle tires into valuable materials without damaging the environment and saving CO2 emissions.
Location: Drenthe, Netherlands (Nederland)
Project: RETRACE
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