39 partners – 1 goal
C2: Influencing the framework conditions enabling circular transition on a systemic basis
Project focus is to identify legal and systemic barriers to circular transition in Denmark and to communicate the results to i.a., relevant public authorities.
Lead: Capital Region
Partnere: Central Denmark Region
C3: Innovation, efficiency and scale – using digitalisation to accelerate the circular economy
The sub-project will increase the general knowledge of digitalisation among partners and identify possibilities to digitalise waste workflow (e.g., tracking of fractions of waste).
Lead: Central Denmark Region
C4: Extended producer responsibility – contributing to a more efficient product design, increased reuse, recycling and collection
This sub-project will develop coherent legislation and administrative models for “extended producer responsibility”. Cases from Circular Economy Beyond Waste will be included in the course of the project.
Lead: The Danish Environment Protection Agency
C5: Circular Database and new ways of measuring waste reduction
Development of a database across municipalities and the Danish Environment Protection Agency, which makes it easier to analyse and exploit material streams as well as to strengthen the environment and provide a statistical overview.
Lead: The Danish Environment Protection Agency.
C6.1: Procurement as a driver for less resource consumption and more recycling of plastics
Translation of the recycling of plastics strategy of Aarhus Municipality across departments from procurement to the mayor’s office. One of the goals is capacity building among purchasers and others in the value chain.
Lead: Aarhus Municipality
Partners: Kredsløb (Waste handling company)
C6.2: Cirular Public Procurement: Procuring for circular economy in municipalities
The sub-project works with development of hands-on tools to promote circular choices in procurement and competence development among procurement consultants to include circular economy in public procurement.
Lead: Gentofte Municipality
C6.3: Exploration of multiple-use textiles in healthcare through a value chain approach and Circular Public Procurement
Test and calculation of effect in a number of areas such as resource consumption, CO2 emission and economy by phasing out single-use textiles and introducing multiple-use textiles. The sub-project will facilitate recycling and reuse of materials.
Lead: Central Denmark Region
C7.5: REuseLAB Bornholm – a scalable socio-economic model for local reuse and repair
The sub-project works with promoting possibilities for young people with psychosocial challenges to start an education or to enter the labour market through courses at repair centres and other initiatives.
Lead: Bornholm Regional Municipality, Preparatory Basic Education (FGU) Bornholm and Aalborg University.
C9: A decentralized, cost-effective, CO2 reducing system for collection, sorting and treatment of plastics
Taking the starting point in analyses of value chains on plastics, digital solutions for effective collection, management and treatment of plastics.
(Project is under reconstruction)
C10.1: From waste to value – towards a model for municipal involvement in circular construction
Focus is on the municipal role in promoting circular construction across the public and private sector. A model for public-private partnerships on circular construction is developed.
Lead: Horsens Municipality
Partners: Silkeborg Municipality, Silkeborg Recycling and Waste, Aarhus Municipality
C10.2: The circular material depeche – a system for identification and dissemination of valuable materials from construction and demolition
Development of a screening tool and a database for recyclable materials to make it easier to identify and distribute materials for construction.
Lead: Copenhagen Municipality
Partners: Bornholm Regional Municipality
C12: Reduce E-waste and create jobs by product life extension of large household appliances
Development of a business model to replicate and ensure increased repair and resale of large household appliances and at the same time support job creation and smaller companies.
Lead: Favrskov Waste Company
Partners: Aalborg Municipality and Central Denmark Region
C13: Biomass – how to keep biological materials in valuable flows
Searching for models to maintain nutrients and carbon from biological household waste, waste water as well as waste from gardens and parks in valuable flows.
Lead: Samsø Municipality
Partners: Randers Municipality, AFLD (Waste handling company) and Kredsløb (Waste handling company)
C14.3: Accelerating circular economy within businesses
Development of communication tools and overview of the field to make it easier for the municipality to have a dialogue with the companies and to promote circular economy in businesses.
Lead: Frederiksberg Municipality
Partners: Hvidovre Municipality, Albertslund Municipality, Rudersdal Municipality and Bornholm Regional Municipality
C15: A nation-wide citizens’ assembly on responsible consumption – the citizen as an active participant in the circular transition
Development and facilitation of a number of citizen assemblies to encourage a more responsible consumption and to make it possible for citizens to make suggestions to politicians.
Lead: The Capital Region
Partners: Region of Southern Denmark, Rudersdal Municipality, Frederiksberg Municipality, Vejle Municipality and We Do Democracy