Project good practices

Provisions to support circular economy in Emilia-Romagna...

Summary: Emilia-Romagna is the first Region in Italy to introduce circular economy principles within its policies on waste management.

Location: Emilia-Romagna, Italy (Italia)

Sandvik Biomass Tri-generation Plant Cluster

Summary: Production of heating, cooling electricity and fertiliser out of waste material from forestry, a low carbon industrial symbiosis.

Location: Småland med öarna, Sweden (Sverige)

Green Pipes from recycled plastic

Summary: Green Pipe Sweden AB is producing plastic pipes and other structures from circulated plastic only. Scrapped car bumpers are the main source of raw material.

Location: Mellersta Norrland, Sweden (Sverige)

Food Crossing District

Summary: A systemic approach for industrial symbiosis at regional level allowing to capture more value from resources and to reduce waste deriving from food industry.

Location: Emilia-Romagna, Italy (Italia)

Biogas from manure and slaughter waste

Summary: A farmers owned biogas plant using manure and waste as feedstock produces gas for buses and the residue is used as natural fertiliser; an industrial symbiosis.

Location: Mellersta Norrland, Sweden (Sverige)

Alternative Raw Material of Low Impact (ARLI)

Summary: The University of Birmingham is offering its expertise and knowledge to assist businesses in the region

Location: Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

Birmingham and Solihull Industrial Symbiosis (BASIS)

Summary: The Birmingham and Solihull Industrial Symbiosis Project, or BASIS, aims to create a diverse network of businesses across the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP)

Location: Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

Tyseley Energy Park, Birmingham, UK

Summary: The Tyseley Energy Park in Birmingham is a low carbon hub for the city. Recent changes in the planning system enabled new business to relocate to the region.

Location: Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

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