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Italy (Italia) Scroll down for information about the bodies responsible for Structural Funds programmes and about the first level control or ask directly Interreg Europe representative in Italy (Italia). Valeria Covarelli +39 075 5045667 Send me an email Organisation Umbria Region, EU planning unit M. Angeloni, 61 06124 Perugia Italy (Italia) View website × Contact Valeria Sorry, there was an error submitting your enquiry. Please try again. Please check the recaptcha field below. Thank you, your message has been sent. Complete the form below to send Valeria a message... First name: Last name: Email address: Message: Send Display Project Ideas Display Events Display Projects Country-specific information First level control information National guidance National cofinancing reimbursement First level control information This section provides information on the system set up for first level control in your country. Any costs associated with this control are indicated so they can be planned for in any project budget. The system Italy has opted for a decentralised control system. Before the first expenditure can be reported, the project partners will have to propose an independent internal or external controller to the following body: Ad hoc CommitteeAgenzia per la Coesione TerritorialeVia Sicilia, 162/C – 00187 ROMA Contact person for Interreg Europe programme Valeria CovarelliRegione UmbriaE-mail:[email protected] This body will authorise the controller proposed by the project partner after having checked that the controller is sufficiently independent from project activities and finances and qualified to carry out the control of an INTERREG Europe project. The costs The costs resulting from the control can be reported as eligible costs in compliance with the relevant EU-regulations and programme rules. On-the-spot checks In compliance with the article 23 (4) of the Regulation (EU) No 1299/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 and article 125 (5) and (6) of the Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013, on-the-spot verifications are done for each project partner at least once during the project lifetime. For first level controllers controlling more than one project partner, sampling may be possible under the condition that the method is well justified and documented. National guidance For Interreg Europe the Programme representative in the ad hoc committee is: Valeria CovarelliRegione UmbriaE-mail:[email protected] All.1a richiesta per contr_int All.1b richiesta per contr_est All.2 scheda informativa_rev All. 3 indip_funz_rev All.4 conos_lingua_rev All.5 cert controllore ind All.6 cert  soc All.7 atto notorio controllore individuale rev All.8 atto notorio società rev All.9 aut _trat_dati_ind All.10 aut_trat_dati_soc All.A requisiti_rev procedura CTE 2014-2020 rev 16092016 Istruzioni per la compilazione Richiesta revoca FLC National cofinancing reimbursement This section provides information on the procedure for the national co-financing reimbursement. Beneficiaries are kindly invited to read carefully the instruction given in the attached file 'procedura di rimborso della quota Nazionale' before filling the request template 'Richiesta di rimborso della quota Nazionale'.Procedura di rimborso della quota NazionaleRichiesta di rimborso della quota Nazionale Latest news from Italy (Italia) 01/02/2021 Questions to REGIO-MOB favourite story Read about the REGIO-MOB project, which has been selected as favourite story in low-carbon economy. Type: Programme 21/04/2020 Digitization vs Covid-19 in Italy - ArtCentrica Centrica never stops amazing us: let's have a look at ArtCentrica! Type: Project 17/04/2020 Facing COVID-19 in Abruzzo (Italy) COVID-19 impacts in Abruzzo region. Will the industry rise again? Type: Project Upcoming events in Italy (Italia) May 10-12 2021 Trieste, Italy AAL FORUM 2021 The 2021 ALL Forum will take place from 10 to 12 May 2021 in Trieste, Italy. Type: Project Latest Projects Destination SMEs Destination SMEs Italy (Italia) REBUS Renovation for Energy efficient BUildingS Italy (Italia) REGIO-MOB Interregional Learning towards Sustainable Mobility in Europe: the REGIO-MOB... Italy (Italia) SPEED UP Supporting Practices for Entrepreneurship Ecosystems in the Development of Urban... Italy (Italia) INNOGROW Regional policies for innovation driven competitiveness and growth of rural SMEs Italy (Italia) PURE COSMOS PUblic authorities Role Enhancing COmpetitiveness of SMeS Italy (Italia) SIE SME Internationalisation Exchange Italy (Italia) INTRA Internationalisation of regional SMEs Italy (Italia) SME ORGANICS Enhancing SME competitiveness and sustainability in the organic sector Italy (Italia) CD-ETA Collaborative Digitization of  Natural and Cultural Heritage Italy (Italia) InnoBridge Bridging the innovation gap through converting R&D results into commercial... Italy (Italia) RuralGrowth RuralGrowth - increasing competitiveness of SMEs in the rural visitor economy... Italy (Italia) TRAM Towards new Regional Action plans for sustainable urban Mobility Italy (Italia) ATM for SMEs Access to Microfinance for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Italy (Italia) LOCARBO Novel roles of regional and LOcal authorities in supporting energy consumers’... Italy (Italia) RATIO Regional Actions To Innovate Operational Programmes Italy (Italia) TITTAN Network for Technology, Innovation and Translation in Ageing. Italy (Italia) SWARE Sustainable heritage management of WAterway REgions Italy (Italia) SMART-MR SUSTAINABLE MEASURES FOR ACHIEVING RESILIENT TRANSPORTATION IN METROPOLITAN... Italy (Italia) Beyond EDP Improve the RIS3 effectiveness through the management of the entrepreneurial... Italy (Italia) RETRACE A Systemic Approach for Regions Transitioning towards a Circular Economy Italy (Italia) HERICOAST Management of heritage in coastal landscapes Italy (Italia) TRINNO Business ecosystem for TRadition and INNOvation Italy (Italia) RESET RESearch centers of Excellence in the Textile sector Italy (Italia) SYMBI Industrial Symbiosis for Regional Sustainable Growth and a Resource Efficient... Italy (Italia) CRE:HUB policies for cultural CREative industries: the HUB for innovative regional... Italy (Italia) RESOLVE RESOLVE: sustainable mobility and the transition to a low-carbon retailing... Italy (Italia) OSIRIS Open Social Innovation policies driven by co-creative Regional Innovation... Italy (Italia) S3Chem Smart Chemistry Specialisation Strategy Italy (Italia) BID-REX From Biodiversity Data to Decisions: enhancing natural value through improved... Italy (Italia) CLUSTERS3 Leveraging Cluster Policies for successful implementation of RIS3 Italy (Italia) SmartPilots Improving policies in support of shared pilot facilities to increase their... Italy (Italia) BIO4ECO Sustainable regional bioenergy policies: a game changer Italy (Italia) CESME Circular Economy for SMEs Italy (Italia) S34Growth Enhancing policies through interregional cooperation: New industrial value... Italy (Italia) PASSAGE Public AuthoritieS Supporting low-cArbon Growth in European maritime border... Italy (Italia) INTHERWASTE Interregional Environmental Integration of Waste Management in European Heritage... Italy (Italia) ERUDITE Enhancing Rural and Urban Digital Innovation Territories Italy (Italia) COMPETE IN Competitive territories through internationalisation: SMEs competitiveness in... Italy (Italia) INKREASE INnovation and Knowledge for REgional Actions and SystEms Italy (Italia) IMPACT Innovative Models for Protected Areas: exChange and Transfer Italy (Italia) P2L2 Public Policy Living Laboratory Italy (Italia) CHRISTA Culture and Heritage for Responsible, Innovative and Sustainable Tourism Actions... Italy (Italia) HIGHER Better Policy Instruments for High Innovation Projects in the European Regions Italy (Italia) NMP-REG Delivering Nanotechnologies, advanced Materials and Production to REGional... Italy (Italia) iEER Boosting innovative Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in Regions for young entrepreneurs... Italy (Italia) FINERPOL Financial Instruments for Energy Renovation Policies Italy (Italia) TRIS Transition Regions towards Industrial Symbiosis Italy (Italia) CLUSTERIX 2.0 New Models of Innovation for Strategic Cluster Partnerships Italy (Italia) ZEROCO2 Promotion of near zero CO2 emission buildings due to energy use Italy (Italia) SOCIAL SEEDS Exploiting Potentials of Social Enterprises through Standardized European... Italy (Italia) MONITORIS3 Exchange of experiences in monitoring mechanisms, indicators and methodologies... Italy (Italia) COALESCCE Community owned and led energy for security climate change and employment Italy (Italia) Land-Sea Sustainability of the land-­sea system for eco-tourism strategies. Italy (Italia) MOLOC Low carbon urban morphologies Italy (Italia) RCIA Regional Creative Industries Alliance – From European recommendations to better... Italy (Italia) PERFECT Planning for Environment and Resource eFficiency in European Cities and Towns Italy (Italia) DEMO-EC DEvelopment of sustainable MObility management in European Cities Italy (Italia) RELOS3 From Regional to Local: Successful deployment of the Smart Specialization... Italy (Italia) CRinMA Cultural resources in the mountain areas Italy (Italia) OptiTrans Optimisation of Public Transport Policies for Green Mobility Italy (Italia) P-IRIS Policies to improve rural areas' innovation systems by professionalising... Italy (Italia) EMPOWER More carbon reduction by dynamically monitoring energy efficiency Italy (Italia) FFWD EUROPE FAST FORWARD EUROPE Italy (Italia) EV Energy Electric Vehicles for City Renewable Energy Supply. Italy (Italia) School Chance SCHOOL mobility CHAllenge in regioNal poliCiEs Italy (Italia) ITHACA InnovaTion in Health And Care for All Italy (Italia) RUMORE Rural-Urban Partnerships Motivating Regional Economies Italy (Italia) MARIE MAinstreaming Responsible Innovation in European S3 Italy (Italia) Cult-RInG Cultural Routes as Investment for Growth and Jobs Italy (Italia) CLEAN Technologies and open innovation for low-carbon regions Italy (Italia) Urban M Urban Manufacturing - Stimulating Innovation Through Collaborative Maker Spaces Italy (Italia) CLIPPER Creating a leadership for maritime industries - New opportunities in Europe Italy (Italia) TANIA TreAting contamination through NanoremedIAtion Italy (Italia) Green Pilgrimage Green Pilgrimage supporting natural and cultural heritage Italy (Italia) ECOWASTE 4 FOOD Supporting eco-innovation to reduce food waste and promote a better resource... Italy (Italia) ENERSELVES Policy instruments for energy self-consumption in buildings Italy (Italia) REBORN Embracing failure to encourage entrepreneurship and competitiveness Italy (Italia) EIS Everywhere International SMEs Italy (Italia) Inside Out EU New approaches to improve SME internationalisation support policies Italy (Italia) INNOTRANS Enhancing transport innovation capacity of regions Italy (Italia) ELISE European LIfe Science Ecosystems Italy (Italia) FoodChains 4 EU Strengthening regional innovation policies to build sustainable food chains Italy (Italia) ecoRIS3 Policies & Measures to Support Local & Regional Innovation Ecosystems Italy (Italia) Night Light Improving regional policies to reduce light pollution and protect and valorise... Italy (Italia) STRING STrategies for Regional INnovative Food Clusters Italy (Italia) RaiSE Enhancing social enterprises competitiveness through improved business support... Italy (Italia) MANUMIX Innovation policy-mix learning for advanced manufacturing in European regions Italy (Italia) INNO INFRA SHARE Sharing strategies for European Research and Innovation Infrastructures Italy (Italia) SHARE Sustainable approach to cultural Heritage for the urban Areas Requalification in... Italy (Italia) InnovaSUMP Innovations in Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans for low-carbon urban transport Italy (Italia) PROMETEUS PROMotion of E-mobiliTy in EU regionS Italy (Italia) ENHANCE EMAS as a Nest to Help And Nurture the Circular Economy Italy (Italia) CREADIS3 Smart Specialisation Creative Districts Italy (Italia) STEPHANIE Space TEchnology with Photonics for market and societal challenges Italy (Italia) BRANDTour Building Regional Actions for New Developments in Tourism Italy (Italia) Road-CSR A Roadmap for Integrating Corporate Social Responsibility into EU Member States... Italy (Italia) CircE European regions toward Circular Economy Italy (Italia) REFORM Integrated REgional Action Plan For Innovative, Sustainable and LOw CaRbon... Italy (Italia) EPICAH Effectiveness of Policy Instruments for Cross-Border Advancement in Heritage Italy (Italia) GPP4Growth Green public procurement for resource-efficient regional growth Italy (Italia) SUPPORT Support Local Governments in Low Carbon Strategies Italy (Italia) CYCLEWALK Sharing best practices and experience on data collecting and processing and... Italy (Italia) UL2L UrbanLinks 2 Landscape Italy (Italia) DESTI-SMART Delivering Efficient Sustainable Tourism with low-carbon transport Innovations:... Italy (Italia) STAR Cities Sustainable Tourism for Attractivity of Riverside Cities Italy (Italia) CHERISH Creating opportunities for regional growth through promoting Cultural HERitage... Italy (Italia) Delta Lady Floating Cultures in River Deltas Italy (Italia) Medtech4 Europe Optimizing the impact of public policies in favour of research and innovation... Italy (Italia) FEMINA Female participation in high-tech enterprises Italy (Italia) Future Ecom Exploiting digitisation to increase B2B e-commerce Italy (Italia) Digitourism Digitourism Italy (Italia) FINCH Financing impact on regional development of cultural heritage valorisation Italy (Italia) CircPro Smart Circular Procurement Italy (Italia) KEEP ON Effective policies for durable and self-sustainable projects in the cultural... Italy (Italia) E-COOL Entrepreneurial and Intrapreneurial Mindset in Young People through the... Italy (Italia) Agri Renaissance Innovation-driven agri-food sectors for a European industrial renaissance Italy (Italia) e-MOPOLI Electro MObility as driver to support POLicy Instruments for sustainable... Italy (Italia) GPP-STREAM Green Public Procurement and Sustainability Tools for Resource Efficiency... Italy (Italia) INVALIS Protecting European Biodiversity from Invasive Alien Species Italy (Italia) INNO PROVEMENT Translating Industry 4.0 to improved SME policy instruments targeting innovation Italy (Italia) REGIONS 4FOOD REGIONal Strategies 4 FOOD 4.0 Revolution Italy (Italia) ECO-CICLE European network for the promotion of cycle tourism in natural areas Italy (Italia) INTENSIFY More Carbon Reduction through Intense Community Engagement Italy (Italia) RegionArts Enhancing SME growth by the integration of Artists in ICT projects Italy (Italia) Cult-CreaTE Cultural and Creative Industries contribution to Cultural and Creative Tourism... Italy (Italia) Innova-FI Financial Instruments for Innovation Italy (Italia) RECORD Regions in Europe Coordinate and Optimize innovation and competitiveness policy... Italy (Italia) MATCH-UP The role of modal interchange to foster a low-carbon urban mobility Italy (Italia) ThreeT Thematic Trail Trigger Italy (Italia) SmartEdge Sustainable Metropolitan Areas and the Role of The Edge City Italy (Italia) CYBER Regional policies for competitive cybersecurity SMEs Italy (Italia) CLAY Cross Sector support for Innovative and Competitive Artistic Ceramic SMEs Italy (Italia) APPROVE Advancing Public Participation and stakeholdeR engagement fOr the improVement of... Italy (Italia) CONDEREFF Construction & demolition waste management policies for improved resource... Italy (Italia) EXTRA-SMEs Improving policies to boost SME competitiveness and extraversion in EU coastal... Italy (Italia) AQUARES Water reuse policies advancement for resource efficient European regions Italy (Italia) RECREATE REinforce Competitiveness of REgionAl Transport SMEs Italy (Italia) IMPROVE Improving Structural Funds for better delivery of R&D&i policies Italy (Italia) ALICE Animation League for Increased Cooperation in Europe Italy (Italia) Local Flavours Authentic tourism based on local cultural flavours Italy (Italia) LINDANET European Network of Lindane waste affected regions working together towards a... Italy (Italia) REPLACE REgional PoLicy Actions for Circular Economy Italy (Italia) LC Districts Towards low carbon city districts through the improvement of regional policies Italy (Italia) COHES3ION Integrating the territorial dimension for cohesive S3. Italy (Italia) 40Ready Strengthening SME capacity to engage in Industry 4.0 Italy (Italia) PriMaaS Prioritizing low carbon mobility services for improving accessibility of... Italy (Italia) 2LIFES Promoting Re-use from the Public Policies Italy (Italia) SCALE UP Supporting concentration and robustness of SMEs within the renewed EU industrial... Italy (Italia) SMOOTH PORTS Reducing CO2 Emissions in Ports Italy (Italia) EURE Effectiveness of Environmental Urban policies to improve Resources Efficiency Italy (Italia) LCA4Regions Improved Environment and Resource Efficiency through use of Life Cycle... Italy (Italia) SMEPlus Improving policy instruments to increase the energy efficiency in industrial... Italy (Italia) SMART HY AWARE Smart solutions for HYdrogen potential AWAReness Enhancing Italy (Italia) EU CYCLE Cycling for development, growth and quality of life in European regions Italy (Italia) eBussed Building capacities for European-wide e-bus deployment Italy (Italia) DIALOG Dialog for Innovation And LOcal Growth Italy (Italia) PROGRESS PROmoting the Governance of Regional Ecosystem ServiceS Italy (Italia) ACSELL ACcelerating SmE innovation capacities with a Living Lab approach Italy (Italia) WaVE WAter-linked heritage Valorization by developing an Ecosystemic approach Italy (Italia) DigiBEST Digital Business EcoSystem Transformation Italy (Italia) FOUNDATION Building Regional Resilience to Industrial Structural Change Italy (Italia) POTEnT Public Organisations Transform Energy Transition Italy (Italia) GRESS GREen Startup Support Italy (Italia) ECoC-SME Actions for inducing SME growth and innovation via the ECoC event and legacy Italy (Italia) SMART WASTE Innovation in Waste Management Policies Italy (Italia) AgroRES Investing in Renewable Energies for Agriculture Italy (Italia) OptiWaMag Optimization of waste management in urban spaces and in households Italy (Italia) BETTER Stimulating regional innovation through better e-government services Italy (Italia) e-smartec enhanced sustainable mobility with marketing techniques Italy (Italia) START EASY Smart tools for quick and easy business start-up in Europe: the once-only... Italy (Italia) SME POWER SMEs powering a low carbon future Italy (Italia) PASSPARTOOL Key tools to assess and improve soft innovation policies Italy (Italia) SHREC SHifting towards Renewable Energy for Transition to Low Carbon Energy Italy (Italia) IRENES Integrating RENewable energy and Ecosystem Services in environmental and energy... Italy (Italia) PLASTECO Supporting EU regions to curb plastics waste and littering Italy (Italia) S3UNICA Smart SpecialiSation UNIvercity CAmpus Italy (Italia) Blue Green City Blue and Green Infrastructure for Sustainable Cities Italy (Italia) SMARTY Smart SMEs for Industry 4.0 Italy (Italia) PROSPERA PROmoting Sustainable development and regional attractiveness through PERi-urban... Italy (Italia) CRAFTS CODE CReative Actions For Tailoring Smes' COmpetitive DEvelopment Italy (Italia) SinCE-AFC Enchancing the Entrepreneurship of SMEs in Circular Economy of the Agri-Food... Italy (Italia) INTER VENTURES Policies to promote the internationalisation of SMEs for more competitive... 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02/01/2017
“RaPaPro” projects have led to the acquisition of new skills and knowledge and have provided the chance to work in interdisciplinary teams.
Type: Project
06/03/2020
Lubelskie Voivodeship is responsible for regional development and planning, transport, education, energy, culture and protection of cultural heritage.
Type: Project
21/02/2020
Metropolitan City of Bologna organized the 2nd interregional event of project SinCE-AFC.
Type: Project
05/04/2017
Hampshire, UK, hosted the kick-off event and the first workshop in the EIS project, which scrutinises and optimises SME internationalisation support systems.
Type: Project
Project summary REGIONAL SUPPORT TO ENGAGE RURAL ECONOMY SMES IN INNOVATION Rural economy SMEs face challenges in adopting innovation to increase their competitiveness. Regional policies need to correspondingly support the diffusion of innovative solutions and new business models that will lead to increases in productivity and access to new markets. INNOGROW regions are called to play an important role in supporting the modernisation of their existing rural SMEs and the proliferation of innovative start-ups.   PROJECT OBJECTIVE INNOGROW brings together 9 partners from 8 countries, involving the managing authorities & regional bodies influencing regional and national policy instruments, to exchange experiences & practices, and to improve their capacity on implementing policies that promote the adoption of technology and business model innovations by rural economy SMEs, to boost their competitiveness.   EXPECTED CHANGES - Enhanced innovation support services for over 5% of rural economy SMEs in partners’ regions. - Improved horizontal & vertical cooperation among SMEs in rural areas for products commercialisation. - Increased capacity of 200 staff of public administrations to effectively implement policies, stimulating innovation adoption by rural economy SMEs. - 10+Meuros of investments unlocked to promote innovative technologies & new business models.   MAIN OUTPUTS & BENEFITS 3 interregional workshops, 2 study visits & 1 EU regions summit to promote experiences exchanges of partners and stakeholders. 8 action plans to improve the addressed policy instruments, benefiting managing authorities and beneficiaries. 14 policy briefs to transfer INNOGROW lessons learnt to public authorities beyond the partnership. An online benchmarking tool for all EU territorial administrations, to facilitate optimisation of policy-making in the field of rural economy SMEs competiveness. 5 thematic studies & analyses on practices and measures that improve rural economy SMEs competitiveness.  €1,497,386.00 from 1 Apr 2016 to 31 Mar 2021 Topic SME competitiveness Partnership Lead Partner Partner What policy instruments does the project address? Thessaly Regional Operational Programme (ROP) 2014-2020 MAIN FEATURES The ROP of Thessaly covers 10 thematic objectives. The 3rd objective focuses on SMEs competitiveness. Investment priorities: 3(a) promoting entrepreneurship, in particular by facilitating the economic exploitation of new ideas and fostering the creation of new firms; 3(c) supporting the creation & extension of advanced capacities for product & service development; 3(d) supporting the capacity of SMEs to grow in regional, national and international markets, and to engage in innovation processes. Most Thessalian SMEs operate in the agro-food sector. As a result, a number of interventions under TO3 are covered by EAFRD and Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship & Innovation OP. Still, the ROP of Thessaly recognises that measures to boost innovation for rural economy SMEs is a priority of developmental nature, where ERDF resources need to be directed. Accordingly, the ROP dedicates ERDF resources to actions for all SMEs of the sectors identified in RIS3, including SMEs of agro-food sector.   REASONS FOR IMPROVEMENT SMEs in Thessaly are facing viability challenges, not only due to the outbreak of the financial crisis, but also due to the low integration of R&D results. To this end, the region of Thessaly acknowledges the need to develop innovation support services, so that SMEs can exploit new technologies and models to develop innovative products and access new markets. The ROP lacks such specific measures, which calls for improvement by the managing authority.   Which partners are working on this? Region of Thessaly Regional Operational Programme Lombardia 2014-2020 - ERDF MAIN FEATURES ROP of Lombardia has a clear focus: boost innovation in the areas of competitive advantage, such as agribusiness, including improvements on the competitiveness of the regional economy by supporting the capacity of SMEs. Specifically, the 3rd priority axis prescribes measures to promote the competiveness of SMEs operating in agribusiness. The most relevant to INNOGROW are listed under Investment Priorities 3b and 3d: - Develop regional advisory services - Support innovation in organisational and management models of regional SMEs - Improving access to credit, business financing and risk management for start-ups operating in agriculture - Promote the internationalisation and attractiveness of regional SMEs - Support the networking of regional SMEs to increase competiveness   REASONS FOR IMPROVEMENT Regione Lombardia has identified the following areas to improve: - The monitoring, assessment, and benchmarking of regional rural economy SMEs' innovation performance have not been addressed, making difficult the evaluation of the impact of the policy instrument. - The policy instrument does not elaborate on measures to address structural weaknesses in terms of supporting SMEs (e.g. development of innovation-centred advisory services).  Which partners are working on this? Lombardy Foundation for the Environment, FLA Latvian Operational Programme “Growth and Employment” (OPGE) MAIN FEATURES In Latvia there is a single multi-fund operational programme aiming at achieving key national development priorities at regional and national level. OPGE provides significant support to economic growth and employment, with a particular focus on the competitiveness of Latvia's economy. 7.11% of OPGE resources are allocated to supporting the competitiveness and innovation of enterprises (priority axis 3), with emphasis on the specialisation areas depicted in RIS3, including organic and functional food. Investment priority 3.2: Supporting the capacity of rural economy SMEs to engage in regional, national & international markets and innovation processes. Specific objective 3.2.1: increase export percentage of high value added products. Relevant measures: support for the introduction of rural economy SMEs in foreign markets, cooperation on local & international level, merger into clusters to increase innovation development & integration.   REASONS FOR IMPROVEMENT Although modern equipment has been introduced, and advanced techniques for using fertilisers and chemicals are applied by the Latvian rural economy enterprises, this applies only to the large enterprises in the field, as depicted in national statistics. Thus, there is a need to improve OPGE to better involve small & medium enterprises to clusters & new business models, to ensure adequate production of goods of necessary volume to access new markets.  Which partners are working on this? Zemgale planning region Bulgarian Operational Programme “Innovations and Competitiveness” 2014-2020 (OPIC) MAIN FEATURES In Bulgaria, regional development is tackled by national operational programmes. OPIC aims at improving SMEs competitiveness of all sectors at local, regional and national level. OPIC’s priority axis 2 focuses on Entrepreneurship & capacity for growth of SMEs: Specific objective "Strengthening productivity and export potential of Bulgarian SMEs" Relevant measures: a) Support the growth of enterprises by promoting the use of ICT and services. b) Support the implementation of activities and services that benefit business development and SMEs’ export opportunities.   REASONS FOR IMPROVEMENT As acknowledged by the beneficiaries of OPIC, the impact of OPIC measures on strengthening productivity and export potential of rural economy SMEs is limited compared to other sectors. There are two reasons for the limited participation of rural economy SMEs in OPIC’s calls: a) Rural economy SMEs have less capacity in developing and submitting proposals, and thus standardised forms are needed to be developed for the relevant projects’ proposals. b) SMEs established in municipalities that are listed as rural can apply to the rural development programme. However, rural economy SMEs established in municipalities such as Stara Zagora or Kazanlak, - not listed as rural, although most of SMEs are rural economy SMEs - could apply for funding only under OPIC. There is a need to improve the implementation of OPIC to better fit with the needs of rural economy SMEs.  Which partners are working on this? Stara Zagora Regional Economic Development Agency Czech Operational Programme Enterprise and Innovations for Competitiveness 2014-2020 (OPEIC) MAIN FEATURES The national OPEIC aims at achieving a competitive & sustainable economy at both national and regional level, based on knowledge and innovation, since there are no regional operational programmes in Czech Republic. OPEIC focuses on enhancing innovation and competitiveness of enterprises to increase their added value, stimulate growth and improve the performance of research & innovation systems. Priority axis 2 refers to the development of business & competitiveness of SMEs. Relevant measures include: - support for the implementation of business plans for start-up companies implementing lower-level innovations. - consulting services for start-up provided by business incubators, science and technology parks, innovation centres. - services for SMEs focused on international competitiveness, e.g. consulting services for strategic and innovation management, new development opportunities in foreign markets. REASONS FOR IMPROVEMENT OPEIC, as a national operational programme, does not fully address the challenges faced by SMEs in various regions & sectors as concerns the diffusion and adoption of innovation. INNOGROW will address the challenge of transferring R&D results into the rural economy, promoting collaborations between rural economy SMEs and universities, lifting this barrier in the Pardubice region. Receiving a regional perspective on OPEIC implementation will stimulate improvements to benefit all other regions in Czech Republic facing same challenges.   Which partners are working on this? Regional Development Agency of the Pardubice Region Regional Operational Programme (ROP) – Molise Region 2014-2020 MAIN FEATURES The ROP of Molise aims to increase SMEs competitiveness & strengthen research & innovation. The programme focuses on nine main priorities. 31% of total ERDF resources are allocated to the 3rd priority “Promote competitiveness of the productive system”, with a particular focus on the sectors identified in RIS3 of Molise region, including agribusiness. Molise is one of the Italy’s most rural regions. In the context of INNOGROW, the relevant investment priority (3.d) is supporting the capacity of rural economy SMEs to grow in regional, national and international markets & to engage in innovation processes. The programme’s specific objective 3.4 is to improve access to finance, corporate finance & risk management for rural economy SMEs. The actions under this objective support investments for start-ups operating in Molise, with venture capital funds. Support will be provided at pre-seed, seed and early stage phases & will be focused on the reorientation of the production system, integrating innovative methods.   REASONS FOR IMPROVEMENT Rural economy SMEs, especially start-ups, need to exploit new technologies fast to enter new markets and become dominant. Bureaucracy of procedures and low speed of evaluation and funding processes are the main issues faced by rural economy SMEs in Molise region. Therefore, project proposals’ evaluation and funding procedures under specific objective 3.4 have to be improved to achieve a further boost of the local rural economy.   Which partners are working on this? Chamber of Commerce of Molise Slovenian Industrial Policy 2014-2020 (SIP) MAIN FEATURES In Slovenia, regional development and growth is addressed by national policy instruments instead of regional operational programmes. To this end, SIP focuses on improving Slovenian SMEs competitiveness at regional level. INNOGROW will address 3 measures of SIP: No45 Supporting non-technological innovation to achieve value (IPRs, process & organisational innovation, new business models for internationalisation of companies). No47 Promoting R&D activities and investments in priority technology and industrial areas in accordance with smart specialisation. Promoting connections between companies, research & consultancy organisations (horizontal & vertical integration covering the entire value chain, to accelerate commercialisation of new products). No50 Promoting business’ internationalisation. Connecting companies for joint entry to foreign markets, consulting on opportunities in foreign markets, international business networking.   REASONS FOR IMPROVEMENT SIP, as a national operational programme, does not adequately address the challenges faced by SMEs in various regions and sectors. INNOGROW will address the issue of low level of internationalisation and biotechnology adoption by rural economy SMEs, which are challenges also faced by Gorenjska region, with the aim to improve the competitiveness of rural economy SMEs in Gorenjska and report back to the managing authority so that more regions that face same challenges will be benefited by SIP.  Which partners are working on this? Regional Development Agency of Gorenjska, BSC Business Support Centre L.t.d., Kranj Territorial and Settlement Development Operational Programme of Hungary 2014-2020 (TOP) MAIN FEATURES In Hungary, there are no regional operational programmes. The national TOP aims at supporting decentralised economic development and employment based on local resources. It focuses on creating local conditions to boost economic growth and increase employment. Priority 1A – “Promotion of companies’ capabilities through the creation of a business environment with the required local conditions” supports local governments on developing local business infrastructures and services to improve SMEs competitiveness. The actions supported under priority 1A involve the development of incubators, innovation centres and logistics centres. This also deals with local market development in rural areas, where local governments support rural economy SMEs via TOP, offering advanced services on post-production management of products, such as storage, cooling, sorting and packaging.   REASONS FOR IMPROVEMENT In order to support rural economy SMEs to increase their competitiveness, a wider range of high-quality services need to be offered by local governments; neither the TOP foresees such measures, nor local initiatives have been put into place. While planning and building local business infrastructures, local governments have to first understand the needs of SMEs operating in their areas, and offer targeted services. This way, improvement to the TOP will enable a higher number of rural economy SMEs to be benefited by the policy instrument.   Which partners are working on this? Pannon Novum West-Transdanubian Regional Innovation Non-Profit Ltd Sign up for the INNOGROW newsletter Subscribe now Latest News See all project news 14/01/2020 University of Newcastle participation in workshop The University of Newcastle participated in an EC research and innovation workshop. Type: Project 27/11/2019 Molise Chamber of Commerce workshop on innovation The Molise Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with EEN - Enterprise European Europe Network, organised a workshop on innovation as a lever for competitiveness. Type: Project 07/11/2019 Molise Chamber of Commerce organisation of workshop On 7th November 2019, the Molise Chamber of Commerce organised a workshop within the scope of implementing its action plan. Type: Project 23/10/2019 Molise Chamber of Commerce -3rd party event The Molise Chamber of Commerce contributed to the organisation of an event focusing on the "Internationalization of SMEs in rural areas",in Campobasso, Italy. Type: Project 02/09/2019 SZREDA at "Entreprerurial Leaders in Action" SZREDA presented the INNOGROW project at a project meeting for leaders in agriculture under the Erasmus+ program Type: Project 02/09/2019 SZREDA Action Plan Video SZREDA video about the Action Plan to improve the Bulgarian Operational Programme “Innovations and Competitiveness” 2014-2020 Type: Project 24/05/2019 SZREDA in awarding ceremony for innovative farms Participation of SZREDA in awarding ceremony for innovative farms from Bulgaria within the framework of the campaign "Future Leaders in Agriculture" Type: Project 08/04/2019 6th INNOGROW newsletter! Welcome to the sixth edition of Newsletter series of the INNOGROW project Type: Project 08/04/2019 Infoday in Larissa Larissa infoday on Primary and Secondary Production Type: Project 28/03/2019 INNOGROW Infoday in Stara Zagora Stara Zagora Regional Economic Development Agency organised an event on the 25th of March 2019 in Trakia University in Stara Zagora, promoting INNOGROW results. Type: Project
Project good practices Newest first Oldest first A-Z Z-A Community Composting in the city of Nitra 22/10/2019 Community composting for 50 households, whose final product – compost – serves as a fertilizer for involved households and public areas Location: Západné Slovensko, Slovakia (Slovensko) Project: BIOREGIO Going from 0 to 40% waste recycling rate within 3 months 14/10/2019 Implementing a highly efficient five stream door-to-door separate waste collection system, a best practice that can be replicated in small communities Location: Nord-Vest, Romania (România) Project: BIOREGIO AgroBioTech Research Centre – Applied Research in Nitra, Slovakia 11/10/2019 University research centre conducting high-level applied research and acting as a regional platform for technology transfer and bioeconomy Location: Západné Slovensko, Slovakia (Slovensko) Project: BIOREGIO Waste management system in Jelšovce Distillery 10/10/2019 Distillery as an example of circular economy with a focus on bio-based streams. Location: Západné Slovensko, Slovakia (Slovensko) Project: BIOREGIO Biogas units for household applications 09/10/2019 Installation that can be placed in an individual rural farm to treat organic waste (manure, agricultural, gardening and food waste) to produce energy. Location: Sud - Muntenia, Romania (România) Project: BIOREGIO REd ALIMENTA fights against food waste and social inequity 17/09/2019 REd ALIMENTA is an organization made up of volunteers that collects the surplus food from restaurants and delivers it to people in need. Location: Castilla-La Mancha, Spain (España) Project: BIOREGIO Food production and waste disposal on an island: local loop on l’Ile d’Yeu 04/09/2019 L’Ile d’Yeu is a small island on Atlantic Coast. Collective projects have been developed to increase local food production and better manage biowaste. Location: Pays de la Loire, France Project: BIOREGIO SOCIAL PLATE - Supporting Social Enterprises in combating poverty and social exclusion 22/07/2019 “Social Plate” is a project developed by CMT as a solution to the problems of poverty, social exclusion and the need to protect the environment. Location: Κεντρική Μακεδονία, Greece (Ελλαδα) Project: BIOREGIO Christmas trees shredding upon holidays ending 04/07/2019 A pilot action for agro-forest product (Christmas trees in particular) aiming at recycling and recovering by transforming them into wood chips Location: Κεντρική Μακεδονία, Greece (Ελλαδα) Project: BIOREGIO A step-by-step approach of the transition towards circular economy, case Romania 19/06/2019 Research aimed to develop a Romanian model of closing the loop of product lifecycles through recycling and reuse, for the benefit of the environment and economy Location: Bucureşti - Ilfov, Romania (România) Project: BIOREGIO 12345 Next Visit the good practice database Sign up for the BIOREGIO newsletter Subscribe now Tweets by BIOREGIO
Welcome to the INTHERWASTE library Situational Analysis 29/10/2018 Contains the latest comparative Situational Analyses Type: Project INTHERWASTE Case studies 29/11/2017 This folder contains all case studies gathered by the INTHERWASTE project. Type: Project Sadeco 26/05/2017 This folder includes INTHERWASTE documents from Sadeco. Type: Project Municipality of Tallinn 03/10/2016 This folder includes INTHERWASTE documents from the Municipality of Tallinn Type: Project Municipality of Krakow 07/10/2016 This folder includes INTHERWASTE documents from the Municipality of Krakow. Type: Project ACR+ 02/12/2016 This folder includes INTHERWASTE documents from ACR+. Type: Project Communication materials 24/11/2016 This folder includes various communication materials for INTHERWASTE. Type: Project Municipality of Porto 12/05/2017 This folder includes INTHERWASTE documents from the Municipality of Porto. Type: Project Media 03/10/2016 This folder includes all media references to the INTHERWASTE project. Type: Project INTHERWASTE Thematic Seminars 22/02/2017 Please find all documents related to the INTHERWASTE Thematic Seminars Type: Project Local Action Plans 12/07/2019 The approved local action plans for the Interreg Intherwaste partners. Type: Project See all Library Items Situational Analysis Copy Link Comparative Situational Analysis Situational Analyses to map partner cities’ waste management in Heritage City Centres PDF (2.70MB) Download INTHERWASTE Case studies Copy Link INTHERWASTE_Waste-Deposit_Cordoba_Door-to-door PDF (214.81KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Waste-Deposit_Cordoba_Ecopoints PDF (180.63KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Waste-Deposit_Florence_Collection PDF (87.73KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Waste-Deposit_Florence-UNESCO PDF (98.98KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Waste-Deposit_Krakow_Unified-System PDF (343.72KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Waste-Deposit_Krakow_Waste-Collection PDF (188.82KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Waste-Deposit_Porto_D2D-in-commerce PDF (260.80KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Waste-Deposit_Porto_Underground PDF (125.71KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Waste-Deposit_Tallinn_Underground PDF (251.85KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Waste-Deposit_Tallinn_Storehouses PDF (1.15MB) Download INTHERWASTE_Waste-Deposit_Ibiza_Glass-collection PDF (470.52KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Waste-Deposit_Ibiza_Clean-points PDF (463.32KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Selective-Coll_Bergen_Flexible-fee PDF (382.73KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Selective-Coll_Bergen_Underground-syst PDF (385.45KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Selective-Coll_Cordoba_Dry-Moist PDF (826.19KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Selective-Coll_Cordoba_organic-frac PDF (275.26KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Selective-Coll_Ibiza_campaign PDF (295.13KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Selective-Coll_Ibiza_cardboard PDF (341.45KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Selective-Coll_Krakow_Bring-in-sites PDF (218.34KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Selective-Coll_Krakow_multiple_frac PDF (243.72KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Selective-Coll_Porto_D2D-food-waste PDF (473.09KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Selective-Coll_Porto_various_systems PDF (649.45KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Selective-Coll_Tallinn_Used-clothing PDF (659.26KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Selective-Coll_Tallinn_Refund_system PDF (438.21KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Urban-Integration_ Porto_Perfect Spot Creating the perfect spot from the renewal of an old system PDF (1.29MB) Download INTHERWASTE_Urban-Integration_Krakow_Cleanliness The maintenance cleanliness and order in the Municipality of Krakow PDF (340.75KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Urban-Integration_Tallinn_Restrictions Restrictions on waste collection in Tallinn Old town PDF (2.30MB) Download INTHERWASTE_Urban-Integration_Tallinn_Location Location of waste containers PDF (337.94KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Urban-Integration_Bornholm_Experiences Experiences from Bornholm PDF (204.28KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Urban-Integration_Cordoba_covers Aesthetic covers for containers in Cordoba historical city centre PDF (185.42KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Urban-Integration_Ibiza Dalt Vila Aesthetical integration of the bins in the area of Dalt Vila in Ibiza PDF (228.27KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Urban-Integration_Porto_Encasement Encasement solutions to improve urban integration PDF (439.69KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Urban-Integration_Krakow_Aesthetic Aesthetic solutions in the waste management system PDF (321.16KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Waste-Minimisation_Barcelona_Waste-Fee Barcelona Waste-Fee-Rebate-Scheme PDF (170.33KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Waste-Minimisation_Warsaw_Wisla The Vistula District along the river PDF (728.51KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Waste-Minimisation_Miravet_PAYT Pay as you throw in Miravet PDF (368.84KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Waste-Minimisation_Cordoba_PAYT Pay-as-you-throw for Businesses PDF (224.94KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Waste-Minimisation_Bruges_helathcare Innovation to reduce food waste in health care facilities PDF (281.55KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Waste-Minimisation_Ibiza_schools Boc'n'Roll: Raising awareness about food waste in schools PDF (176.91KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Waste-Minimisation_Tallinn_Food bank Estonian Food Bank against Food waste PDF (499.13KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Waste-Minimisation_Cordoba_schools "The Little Garden" project in schools PDF (275.19KB) Download Sadeco Copy Link Local action plan Cordoba Local action plan Cordoba PDF (2.59MB) Download Summary of Stakeholders Group Meeting n°1 PDF (503.06KB) Download Municipality of Tallinn Copy Link Local action plan Tallinn Local action plan Tallinn PDF (180.99KB) Download Summary of Stakeholders Group Meeting n°1 PDF (906.90KB) Download Summary of Stakeholders Group Meeting n°2 PDF (459.48KB) Download INTHERWASTE_Newsletter_3_in_Estonian This is the INTHERWASTE 3rd Newsletter in Estonian PDF (458.76KB) Download Summary of Stakeholders Group Meeting n°4 PDF (520.61KB) Download Summary of Stakeholders Group Meeting n°3 PDF (354.37KB) Download Municipality of Krakow Copy Link Summary of Stakeholders Group Meeting n°3 PDF (539.11KB) Download Summary of Stakeholders Group Meeting n°2 PDF (393.16KB) Download Summary of Stakeholders Group Meeting n°1 PDF (511.58KB) Download 2017_06_14_Krakow_Press_Release PDF (956.87KB) Download Summary of Stakeholders Group Meeting n°4 PDF (597.05KB) Download 2018-05-23_Krakow_Press_Release PDF (817.84KB) Download Summary of Stakeholders Group Meeting n°5 PDF (680.52KB) Download Local action plan Krakow Local action plan Krakow PDF (1.89MB) Download ACR+ Copy Link 2018_06_15_ACR+_Press_Release PDF (261.73KB) Download 2017_06_09 - ACR+ Press Release PDF (256.53KB) Download 2017_03_15 - ACR+ Press Release PDF (276.34KB) Download 2016_12_06 - ACR+ Press Release PDF (273.47KB) Download 2017_11_22_ACR+_Press_Release PDF (255.46KB) Download Communication materials Copy Link INTHERWASTE videoThis video presents the INTHERWASTE project INTHERWASTE Poster Estonian PDF (8.78MB) Download INTHERWASTE Poster Portuguese PDF (6.79MB) Download INTHERWASTE Poster Polish PDF (3.86MB) Download INTHERWASTE Brochure Estonian PDF (704.43KB) Download INTHERWASTE Brochure Italian PDF (687.68KB) Download INTHERWASTE Brochure Polish PDF (3.58MB) Download INTHERWASTE Brochure Portuguese PDF (748.91KB) Download INTHERWASTE Poster Italian PDF (7.08MB) Download INTHERWASTE_Brochure_English PDF (8.08MB) 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2016_02_15_Residuos_Profesional Title of the article: Intherwaste, gestión de residuos en ciudades Patrimonio de la Humanidad PDF (338.23KB) Download 2016_07_15_La_Informacion Title of the article: García destaca la "recapitalización humana social y material" de Sadeco tras las "sombras" del PP PDF (1.40MB) Download 2016_04_27_Cordoba_Hoy Title of the article: Córdoba lidera el proyecto Intherwaste Project de mejora de la gestión de residuos en áreas Patrimonio de la Humanidad PDF (576.85KB) Download 2016_04_27_Diario_Cordoba Title of the article: El presidente de Sadeco destaca 'la valentía' de sacar 400 empleos PDF (869.02KB) Download 2016_04_28_Diario_Cordoba Title of the article: La avalancha de consultas por la bolsa colapsa la web de Sadeco PDF (911.00KB) Download 2016_04_21_Pealinn Title: Tallinn osaleb INTHERWASTE projektis PDF (252.13KB) Download 2016_04_21_Pilguheit Title: Tallinn osaleb INTHERWASTE projektis PDF (153.98KB) Download 2016_08_31_Siracusa_News Title: Siracusa, Al "Green village" per i mondiali di Canoa Polo presentati progetti di ecosostenibilità PDF (1.37MB) Download 2016_11_06_Andalucia_Informacion Title: Sadeco explica su gestión de residuos urbanos en el casco histórico PDF (250.34KB) Download 2017_03_11_Viva_Porto Porto é palco de seminário sobre a gestão de resíduos em Cidades Históricas PDF (51.92KB) Download 2016_12_06_Baltic_News_Service PDF (112.43KB) Download 2016_02_11_Diario_Cordoba Title: Sadeco lidera un proyecto europeo de gestión de residuos en ciudades PDF (928.93KB) Download 2016_02_12_Diario_Cordoba Title: Sadeco lidera un proyecto europea para ciudades Patrimonio Mundial PDF (118.50KB) Download 2016_04_27_20minutos Title: El presidente de Sadeco destaca "la valentia" de sacar 400 empleos desde lo público con su bolsa temporal PDF (37.75KB) Download 2016_11_06_Cordoba_Hoy Title: Sadeco explica su gestión de residuos urbanos en el Casco Histórico de Córdoba PDF (2.00MB) Download 2016_11_07_Diario_Cordoba Title: Sadeco 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The 4th INTHERWASTE Thematic Seminar took place on 13 June in Cordoba. It focused on "Waste minimization in Heritage Areas'. Find the presentations Tweets by INTHERWASTE
Project summary Local, regional, and national authorities are working hard to manage in an always more sustainable way their waste and implement a comprehensive and circular approach. They consider new approaches and technologies to reduce, reuse, recycle, and recover waste. They attempt to fit these into a comprehensive and circular approach.SMART WASTE wants to improve public policy instruments supporting innovation within waste management procedures. The final result? Smarter, more effective, sustainable, and cost-efficient waste management, benefiting all territorial stakeholders.But what are the results of their actions? Are these measures having a concrete impact? Could their implementation be more effective?  The SMART WASTE project is born to answer these questions. To make a long story short, the SMART WASTE project evaluates to what extent current national, regional and local policies have promoted successful innovation in waste management. It then proposes interregional solutions to address policy weaknesses. How will partners proceed? The project aims to understand the real impact that innovative policy measures have on the effectiveness and sustainability of waste management procedures. To do so, the five regional project partners chose one policy instrument to be assessed and improved. More information about the chosen policy instruments can be found below. The first step for the regional partners is to develop a shared methodology to evaluate, in close collaboration with local stakeholders, innovation in their waste management policies. Through this policy analysis, they will identify interregional Good Practices and assess them to find solutions to address potential failures in their selected policy instruments. These good practices will be applied to partners’ regional policy contexts through concrete Action Plans aimed to address not only their policies of interest but also long-term recommendations for future policies. They will then implement their Action Plans with regional or national resources and with continued stakeholder engagement. What are the expected results? Each regional partner can expect to achieve several results. First, they can expect to have improved their policy instrument in terms of smart and innovative waste. Second, thanks to continuous engagement with their stakeholders, they can expect to have increased professional capacity among these stakeholders. Finally, they can also expect to have increased the awareness of the public about the importance of innovation in waste management and of related public policies. €1,175,008.00 from 1 Aug 2019 to 31 Jul 2023 Topic Environment and resource efficiency What will SMART WASTE change? SMART WASTE territories will see more waste prevention and increased reuse, recycling and recovery of waste, with knock-on environmental and economic benefits. SMART WASTE will have a direct and concrete impact on waste management policies partners want to improve. The lessons learned throughout the first phase of the project dedicated to evaluation and creation of a two-part Action Plan will, of course, be used to improve the policies targeted in the project, and will also serve as guidance for the designing of future policies, making sure that innovation approaches are well embedded in their core. Partnership Lead Partner Partner What policy instruments does the project address? Regional Operational Programme for the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) 2014-2020 Regional Operative Programme 2014-2020 (ROP) is strongly oriented to RTD and Innovation with a relevant percentage of the budget allocated to Axis I Innovation (34.72%) / Axis III (SME Competitiveness, 16.46%). ROP invests in low-carbon economy (Axis IV, 24.72%), but dedicates a low percentage to Axis V (Preserve the environment and promote efficient use of resources, 3.75%) mainly dedicated to natural and cultural heritage.   ROP has funded RTD projects on innovation in waste. For example, the 2017 R&D call (projects for large enterprises in collaboration with SME / research organisations) funded projects addressing innovation in environment, such as "SLUDGE 4.0" (transformation of bio-waste). ROP awards extra points in the evaluation stage to RTD projects aimed at environmental protection and sustainable use of resources. It reserves funding for new business and solutions based on green technologies.   However, improvements could be made to the ROP to ensure a greater potential to promote innovation in waste management. There is limited integration between the axes. Environment and Innovation represent two separate departments within the regional authority: this hinders integrated and coordinated development of the ROP axes. There is room for better integration between ROP and other regional strategies. ROP cannot work in a vacuum. It must link up to the regional context. We specifically refer to the Regional Plan for Waste Management and to new circular economy initiatives. Which partners are working on this? Resources Recovery Regional Agency Waste Management Plan 2014-2024: “We want to do twice as good – more focus on reuse” The Waste Management Plan (WMP) is a framework for waste-related actions targeting citizens, companies and the municipality. It is based on the government’s “Resource Strategy” reflecting the pre-2014 trend going from environment-friendly waste disposal and cleaning up, towards a zero waste and circular economy focus. Kolding strives to become the "National Champion in Circular Economy". WMP supports better/innovative waste management. The outcome should be beneficial to citizens (lower costs and improved services), companies (counselling / access) and environment (higher resource efficiency / more sustainable business). The council wants to achieve a high level of recycling: from 25 % in 2013 to 50 % by 2022. WMP expects to develop more and new innovative actions, e.g. a replicable shopping mall concept based on reused, refurbished, repaired, upcycled and recycled resources. WMP also wants to enhance cooperation between public and private actors to ensure job creation and economic growth, while educating citizens and engaging social enterprises. The circular model should also be integrated. While the 50 % recycling goal is expected to be achieved, new EU regulation calls for higher levels of waste prevention and increased volume of reuse. Kolding Municipality must move further up in the waste hierarchy. Despite Kolding Municipality's several ongoing initiatives in the area, more can be done to improve and to live up to the municipality's design-driven innovation policies. Which partners are working on this? Municipality of Kolding Lithuanian multi-fund Operational Programme (OP) for investing European Structural and Investment funds 2014-2020, 05.2.1-APVA-K-009 & 05.2.1-APVA-R-008 Axis 5 of the OP addresses "Environment, sustainable use of natural resources and adaptation to climate change". Two measures focus on waste: Development of municipal waste recycling capacity (K-009) and Development of municipal waste management infrastructure (R-008).   Beneficiaries, which are municipalities represented by municipal associations, receive funding for: 1. Purchase or modernisation of separately collected and / or recycled waste treatment facilities; 2. Public information on waste prevention / management issues. 3. Development of bio-waste collection containers / composting facilities; 4. Installation / reconstruction of container sites and purchase of containers; 5. Installation / upgrading / application for reuse of bulky waste disposal sites; 6. Creation of disposed item reuse infrastructure. For points 1 and 2, (K-009), Terms of Reference have been agreed between Ministry and stakeholders, though not officially approved and a feasibility study is running. For R-008, activities are on going, but some budget remains. This is where SMART WASTE is likely to have most impact.   There is room for improvement to the OP. Current technologies for waste are expensive. Public policy should support innovation (R&D, new processes) that not only improve performance, but also help lower costs. The costs of processing waste must be shown to be lower than the costs of incineration. Only in this way, can sustainable waste treatment become a priority measure in the long run. Which partners are working on this? Klaipeda Regional Waste Management Centre Operational programme Environment 2014-2020 (OPE), Priority Axis - Waste, Specific Objective 1 - Reducing the amount of waste going to landfills Priority Axis 2 of OP Environment 2014-20 is dedicated to Waste. Its purpose is to achieve compliance with the EU waste management hierarchy and objectives of national legislation. It funds measures for improved municipal waste management, in line with the National Waste Management Plan. It should achieve reduction of waste going to landfill through re-use, recycling and recovery. Investments focus on reducing biodegradable waste and increasing its recycling / recovery. They also support additional recycling and re-use capacity and facilitate access of the population to waste recycling and re-use centres. Investments are planned for energy recovery. Sofia is host to a pilot project for collecting, disseminating and implementing new, non-traditional waste management interventions and management approaches, as well as introduction of novel technologies and organisation of information campaigns to create a “zero waste” society. In 2018-2020, a new National waste management plan for 2021-2027 and a Strategy for implementation of the Circular economy package will be prepared. The policy instrument does not suggest specific innovative approaches or tools. Municipalities are given a wide choice of initiatives to be implemented, but a lack of expertise restricts them from trying innovative approaches. The programme could benefit from good practices on innovation in waste management, synergy between innovation and environmental axis and monitoring impact of environmental policies. Which partners are working on this? Bulgarian Association of Municipal Environmental Experts - BAMEE Recycle Service 2025 The main goal of the Apeldoorn Recycle Service 2025, in line with National objectives (VANG – from waste to resources programme), is the further reduction of the amount of residual waste.   The former waste plan reduced waste from 206 kg to 130 kg. The new plan aims for 30 kg/pp/year and a separation rate of over 75%. It will deliver more resources from paper, plastics and organic waste (currently mainly recycled in the region). These resources should help to develop new markets. The programme should engage with inhabitants, who see benefits in service provision, and with the private sector.   The current programme, and initial investments, focus on household waste. Phase 1 of the programme has been launched in 2000 households in Apeldoorn. It has a two year duration and see investments in (underground) containers, special and tailor made collections.   However, Apeldoorn is situated in a region that wants to be the most circular in Europe and a province that wants to be a waste free area. The quest now is to broaden the scope to the private area. The council needs to consider how to get businesses, retail and restaurants involved. Moreover, they wish to get inhabitants (who are at the same time consumer, users and polluters) more aware of waste prevention. Moreover, key words in the local strategy are circularity and resource efficiency. While the recently installed vice-mayors have chosen focus on the issue of circularity, a specific programme is yet to be developed. Which partners are working on this? Municipality of Apeldoorn Sign up for the SMART WASTE newsletter Subscribe now #smartwaste_EU Get in touch with us on any social media with #smartwaste_EU ! SMART WASTE video Discover the SMART WASTE project, thanks to this video. Watch SMART WASTE video Latest News See all project news 02/03/2021 SMART WASTE project keeps the momentum going On the 10th of February 2021 the SMART WASTE partners met to discuss the current status of the project’s activities. Type: Project 02/03/2021 A COVID-19 Recovery Strategy trough Circular Economy A new Report from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation highlights overall benefits of a Circular Economy Recovery Strategy for policymakers. Type: Project 24/02/2021 New Circularity Gap 2021 World Report The new 2021 Circularity Gap Report from NGO Circle Economy states that the current economy is only 8.6% circular, showing a massive Circularity Gap. Type: Project 22/02/2021 Kolding joined the EWWR 2020 Last November, Kolding organised an EWWR action consisting in an online event “Green Christmas with Redux: Make Christmas decorations from your old t-shirt”. Type: Project 18/02/2021 Digitalisation and innovation in waste management Digitalisation is everywhere. How is the waste sector adapting to it? What is its impact on waste policies? Type: Project 16/02/2021 Call for tighter EU consumption and recycling rules EU Parliament adopted comprehensive policy recommendations to achieve a carbon-neutral, sustainable, toxic-free and fully circular economy by 2050. Type: Project 12/02/2021 A framework for enabling circular businesses An EEA briefing ‘A framework for enabling circular business models in Europe’ identifies the actions that can be taken to implement circular business models eff Type: Project 09/02/2021 Synthetic textiles a growing problem A new European Environment Agency briefing looks at plastics in textiles. Type: Project 04/02/2021 MEps call for binding 2030 targets for materials use The Committee on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety of the European Parliament adopted its report on the new EU Circular Economy Action Plan Type: Project 02/02/2021 How to sustainably approach our use of plastics? The EEA published a new report on the need and potential for a shift to a circular and sustainable approach to our use of plastics. Type: Project
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Any costs associated with this control are indicated so they can be planned for in any project budget. The system The Brussels-Capital Region Bruxelles Capitale has opted for a centralised first level control system. Expenditure of project partners from this region will thus have to be checked and confirmed by an external company contracted by the following body: Brussels Regional Public Service ERDF managing and control unit Boulevard du jardin Botanique, 20, 1035 Brussels, Belgium Contact: [email protected] The costs The costs resulting from the control will be borne by the project partners and can be reported as eligible costs in compliance with the relevant EU-regulations and programme rules. On-the-spot checks In compliance with the article 23 (4) of the Regulation (EU) No 1299/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 and article 125 (5) and (6) of the Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013, on-the-spot verifications are usually done for each project partner at least once during the project lifetime. For first level controllers controlling more than one project partner, sampling may be possible under the condition that the method is well justified and documented. Belgium Flanders This section provides information on the system set up for first level control in your country. Any costs associated with this control are indicated so they can be planned for in any project budget. The system The Flemish region has chosen to implement a decentralised control system. The approbation body is: Agentschap Innoveren en Ondernemen /Flanders Innovation and EnterpriseEntiteit Europa Economie / Division Europe Economy (EFRO)Dienst D3 programma-/projectbeheer/Unit 3 programme-and project management Koning Albert II Iaan 35 bus 12 1030 Brussels Contact person:Mr David GrzegorzewskiDirector Team Programme/Project Management InterregPhone: +32 2 553 39 96Fax: +32 2 502 47 02E-mail: [email protected] A shortlist of eligible professionals – external controllers has been established at national level: Deloitte BedrijfsrevisorenBerkenlaan 8b1831 Diegem Callens, Pirenne, Theunissen & CoJan Van Rijswijcklaan 102018 Antwerpen Rsm InterAuditLozenberg 22 b21932 Zaventem Ernst & Young Bedrijfsrevisoren bcvbaDe Kleetlaan 21831 Diegem Vandelanotte BedrijfsrevisorenPresident Kennypark 1a8500 Kortrijk The costs The costs resulting from the control can be reported as eligible costs in compliance with the relevant EU-regulations and programme rules. On-the-spot checks In compliance with the article 23 (4) of the Regulation (EU) No 1299/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 and article 125 (5) and (6) of the Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013, on-the-spot verifications are done for each project partner at least once during the project lifetime. For first level controllers controlling more than one project partner, sampling may be possible under the condition that the method is well justified and documented. Belgium Wallonie This section provides information on the system set up for first level control in your country. Any costs associated with this control are indicated so they can be planned for in any project budget.The systemThe Wallonie region has opted for a centralised first level control system. Expenditure of project partners from this region will thus have to be checked and confirmed by an external company contracted by the following body: WBI – Wallonie-Bruxelles InternationalAudits & Control Unit2 Place Sainctelette – 1080 Brussels Contact person: Carmelo Scifo Head of unit [email protected] Phone: +32 2 421 86 23 Fax: + 32 2 421 84 81   Aicha Boukhatem Deputy head of unit [email protected] Phone: +32 2 421 83 43     The costs The costs resulting from the control can be reported as eligible costs in compliance with the relevant EU-regulations and programme rules. These costs are estimated at 2,5% of the amount certified.  On-the-spot checks The first level control body will organise on-the-spot-checks on a sample basis using a risk-based approach. 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