A circular procurement process is essentially no different from a traditional procurement process. On this page, we take you through the different steps.
What are your organisation’s circular goals? As a purchaser, what strategies can you deploy to achieve these goals? The ambition chart provides an overview of possible circular goals and purchasing strategies. A convenient starting point to get started: what actions is your organisation taking? Which actions are feasible in the short term? Which require a long-term ambition?
Our quick assessment helps you estimate the chance of success of your specific circular procurement project.
We ask you six specific questions, after which we calculate your success rate.
You'll immediately receive advice that will increase your chance of success.
Measuring impact for your circular procurement can be quite daunting. Especially within the vast offering of tools, indicators and certificates. On this page we try to offer some guidance.
Circular procurement places more emphasis on total cost of ownership, residual value and as-a-service models. This offers opportunities to finance purchases using alternative methods.
On this page we introduce you to the various policies on circular, sustainable and green public procurement and the European legislation. They set the boundries for public procurers, but also offer a lot of opportunities for those who are willing to procure in a more circular way.