Elevator Pitch

What is the time span of an elevator ride? From 30 seconds to 2 minutes. In this short timespan, you can learn about the benefits of green public procurement (GPP) and innovative waste solutions in urban areas and the UrbanWINS project in below Elevator Pitches.

The UrbanWINS toolkit – “A guide on urban metabolism and participatory processes for more efficient urban waste policies” inspires urban waste agents – from decision makers to waste companies – to improve the sustainability of cities by interpreting waste issues and policies in an innovative way.

The City of Torino implemented three pilot action to manage and fight waste in their city. Watch the pitch and learn about the city’s citizen driven pilot actions.

The City of Torino implemented three pilot action to manage and fight waste in their city. Watch the pitch and learn about the city’s citizen driven pilot actions.

The City of Malmö embarked on a journey to make their furniture procurement circular. Learn how they have done it and read the full story on the UrbanWINS Sector Watch.

As part of the UrbanWINS project, the city of Bucharest piloted three actions to prevent and manage waste in their City. Tudor-Tim Ionescu, General Councillor of Bucharest Municipality, gives an insight about these citizen-developed activities in Bucharest’s Elevator Pitch.

Learn how waste management company Circulus Berkel procured a textile sorting centre that puts sustainability first. The following pitch is based on an interview with Michiel Westerhoff from waste management company Circulus Berkel. Read the full story here.

As part of the UrbanWINS project, the city of Cremona implemented three citizen-driven pilot actions to fight urban waste. In this video, the blogger Valerio Gamba shares what actions have been carried out.

The City of Torino implemented three pilot action to manage and fight waste in their city. Watch the pitch and learn about the city’s citizen driven pilot actions.

The City of Torino implemented three pilot action to manage and fight waste in their city. Watch the pitch and learn about the city’s citizen driven pilot actions.

As part of the UrbanWINS project, the city of Manresa piloted three actions to prevent and manage waste in their City. Learn about these citizen-developed activities in Manresa’s Elevator Pitch.

María Rincón Liévana gives insight into the Circular Eocnomy at the EU level and how you can get involved.

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