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In a circular economy it is important to have circular innovations, products and services on offer. Yet just as important are buyers who want to procure and stimulate these innovations. Circular procurement is an important lever to grow the market for circular products and service.

In 2017 Circular Flanders started a Green Deal on Circular Procurement (GDCP) toghether with  The Shift, VVSG and BBL. More than 150 organisations activly engaged in circulair procurement through experiments or facilitation. 

We will share the results and learnings from this Geen Deal on this website. We aim to have the English version ready by September 2020.

Logo Interreg North Sea ProCircAfter a succesful green Deal on Circular Procurement, we look ahead and across borders. Circular Flanders is a partner in the  Interreg North Sea Region project Procirc. This allows our Flemish procurers to keep learning, experimenting and exchanging in a European context. Subscribe to the ProCirc newsletter to recieve regular updates on the project.

 

 

White Paper - How to Run a Community of Practice on Circular Procurement

How to run a community of practice on circular procurementLooking to set up a community of practice on circular procurement? Feel free to learn from our experiences, now brought together in a white paper. Get inspired and make your own project a success! 💪

Please fill in your details below to download the white paper.

Product category overview

Information about circular procument and example cases per specific product category.

bouwConstruction

cateringCatering

ICTICT

infrastructuur
Infrastructure

kantoorinrichting
Office Furniture and Design

PAPIER & KANTOOR- MATERIAALPaper & Office Supplies
 

VERLICHTING
Lighting

VERPAKKING
Packaging

WERKKLEDIJ
Textile and Workwear

ANDERE
Other

Circular Procurement Videos

Intro + Strategy 1: Reduce Total Amount of Materials

Strategy 2: Reduce Non-renewable Virgin Input

Strategy 3: Extend the Useful Life

Strategy 4: Maximise Reusability of a Product or Component

Strategy 5: Maximise Reusability or Recyclability of Materials

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