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What is Circular Procurement?

This interesting video from our friends at Zero Waste Scotland shows exactly what circular procurement is and what benefits it has to offer.

 

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Image based on a design from Freepik

Why Circular Procument is important

Transition to a circulair procuring organisation 

Interesting Publications about Circular Procurement

 

Best Practice Report published by ICLEI

 

Best Practice Report on Market Engagement published by ICLEI

 

What is the status of public procurement in Europe? How is Public Procurement of Innovation (PPI) addressed by public authorities? When does PPI come to play with public procurers' needs?

 

the European Parliament commissionedthe Environment Agency Austria (EAA) tostudy current usesand opportunities of GPP as a driver for a more Circular Economyin the EU, with respect to the Commission’…

 

This document aims to introduce the role that sustainable procurement can play to accelerate the transition to a circular economy and the shift towards more sustainable patterns of consumption and pr…

 

EN The GPP Training Toolkit is designed for use by public purchasers and by GPP trainers, or integration in general public procurement training courses and workshops. This module is deals with how to…

 

The GPP Training Toolkit is designed for use by public purchasers and by GPP trainers, or integration in general public procurement training courses and workshops. This module is about why market eng…

 

Determin your circular ambitions by setting goals and strategies to achieve them.

 

The report seeks to consolidate the information currently available on product-service systems (PSS) and to offer clarity on the drivers, advantages and challenges associated with their provision by …

 

Good practice and guidance document on Green Public Procurement.

 

ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability - published this report on Best Practice in Circular Procurement

 

The study was carried out in Nordic co-operation by Finnish Environment Institute, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute and Copenhagen Resource Institute