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Public authorities are a powerful driver of demand for sustainable products, playing a key role in the transition towards a circular economy, yet this potential could be further boosted. Are you already putting circular procurement into practice? Would you like to share your knowledge and experience and collaborate with other procurers? Are you in the starting phase and would like to explore this further? Would you like to set up a learning and practical cooperation with other procurers?

The ProCirc project is giving you the opportunity to join its activities! Upon contact, ACR+ will identify with you opportunities for cooperation. This Intereg North-Sea project is set up to experiment, implement and learn about circular procurement through 30 pilots and 18 communities of practice set across the North Sea Region. Project partners are using their procurement power to reduce CO2 emissions, raw material use and the production of waste by developing different tools and activities, such as: a circular procurement toolbox, a procurer-to-procurer learning action program, a circular procurement framework guidance, and policy recommendations. Have a look at the two infographics available: one about the description of the ProCirc project and another one on project main outcomes.

If you are interested in finding out how these results and activities can benefit your region, get in touch with Nuria Cases (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.





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