Course of Schulinck about circular construction and procurement 12-9
Schulink (part of Wolters Kluwer) offers a course about circular construction and procurement. This course will be in Utrecht (NL) on September 12th. In dutch: De opleiding ‘Circulair inkopen & bouwen’ van Schulinck heeft als primair doel om relevante kennis op het gebied van circulariteit te delen, vaardigheden bij te brengen en inzicht te...
Results Green Deal Circular Procurement
More jobs, more innovation, more value voor materials. Better for the environment. The circular economy gives a lot of opportunities. 45 participants of the Green Deal Circular Procurement brought together their knowledge and experiences during the last three years. City Hall Venlo and Alliander are two of the best practices that are part of the...
New video at C2C-Centre about tenders for interior inspired by circular economy
Maarten Epema and Rene de Klerk presented their vision for embedding the circular economy in tenders. They gave this presentation at Building Holland 2015. Click here to watch their presentation.
Carlsberg and Partners to Develop Biodegradable Wood-Fiber Bottle
Source: Carlsberg Group At the World Economic Forum in Davis, Carlsberg tells their latest initiative. They have a ground-breaking agreement to develop the world’s first fully biodegradable wood-fiber bottle for beverages. Click here to read the full article
Deal between Desso and ProRail about sustainable new building in Utrecht
Source: Vastgoed Journaal Desso and ProRail have made a deal for the new building in Utrecht for the management of trafic post. This is one of the first contracts which is about 'green deal circulair procurement'. Click here to read the article
Blog by EPEA: Demand driven change; sustainable procurement and Cradle to Cradle
By: Hein van Tuijl (EPEA Nederland) The Dutch government annually spends around 60 billion Euro on goods and services. (for more information: click here) The Dutch government annually spends around 60 billion Euro on goods and services. This major consumer has the potential to fundamentally impact sustainable economic growth by asking for the...
How to design with eco-effectivity? Refinity gives a training at EPEA Nederland starting 16th of October.
This training is for designers who are beginners in the field of sustainability design and want to know more about adding value instead of being less bad. Learn about design for disassembly, design for biodegradation, how to choose a material and all that you need to think of while designing with eco-effectivity. To directly learn how to apply the...
Biggest gap in market for 2014? Sustainable Innovation!
The demand for sustainable innovation in the construction industry has increased dramatically in recent years. In tenders, procurements and programs of requirements, sustainability is increasingly addressed as a condition, in which a Cradle to Cradle approach can be specified. This creates a very interesting business opportunity for companies...
Come and see, feel and experience potential of Cradle to Cradle for yourself
Besides the digital platform of the C2C-Centre, there is also a physical place where you can experience the potential of Cradle to Cradle. The perfect setting for events The only such space in europe, C2C-Centre offer a unique conference and meeting rooms concept that is fully inspired by Cradle to Cradle® and brings Cradle to Cradle®...
BLOG by EPEA: Battle of bottles
A battle is ongoing to develop the first 100% biobased bottle! It is a battle between (amongst others) two giants - Coca-Cola and PepsiCo. They each produce a wide range of different products besides the well known black soft drink. The (soft)drink bottles are commonly produced from a material called PET (Polyethylene Terephtalate) which is a...
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