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Securing local supplY chains via the development of new Methods to assess the circularity and symbiosis of the Bio-bAsed industrial ecosystem enhancing the EU competitiveness and resource independence

The SYMBA project aims to create an innovative industrial-urban method for European countries, promoting zero-waste value chains and a shift to circular economy principles.


Powering access to investment for next generation circular economy initiatives in cities and regions

CircularInvest will provide project development assistance to cities and regions across Europe with the aim of implementing circular economy projects and secure investments for more than €20 million.



Supporting the establishment of innovative governance models to achieve better informed decision-making processes, social engagement and innovation in the bio-based economy.


Aragon's REgional Hub for circularity: Demonstration Of Local industrial-urban symbiosis initiatives

REDOL will help the city of Zaragoza (Spain) become a circular economy hub and a zero-residues city by 2040. The project will redesign five value chains for solid urban waste to reuse and valorise resources.


Hubs for Circularity European Community of Practice

Hubs for Circularity (H4C) aim to be European resource efficiency beacons, driving circular resource use and emissions reduction through industrial-urban symbiosis. The European Community of Practice (ECoP) supports H4C demos and fosters knowledge sharing for widespread adoption across Europe.


Deal Engine with finance, investment and technical expertise for the Circular Cities and Regions Initiative

DEFINITE-CCRI will launch an assistance programme dubbed a “Deal Engine Mechanism” to provide technical and financial assistance to circularity projects, demonstrate their bankability and increase the investors’ trust in circular economy innovation. Investments are expected to exceed €80 mil...


Systemic Innovations Towards a Zero Food Waste Supply Chain

Food waste is an enormous burden on the global food system, with a third of all food produced globally going to waste. This has a big impact on resource exploitation and world hunger. The EU-funded ZeroW project aims to reduce Food Loss & Waste (FLW) along the food supply chain, contributing to ...


SYMSITES aims to develop new technologies and solutions through Industrial-Urban symbiosis (I-US), for local and regional collaborations to improve the sustainability of the use of industrial and societal resources resulting from wastewater and waste materials.


P2GreeN will develop, test and adapt the use of human sanitary waste to produce safe, bio-based fertilizers for agriculture. The objective is to foster nutrient recovery of phosphorous and nitrogen between urban and rural areas.