Looking beyond the current extractive and wasteful industrial model, a circular economy aims to redefine growth, focusing on positive society-wide benefits. It entails gradually separating economic activity from the consumption of finite resources, and designing waste out of the system. Underpinned by a transition to renewable energy sources, the circular model builds economic, natural, and social capital.
- Design for close-loop production
- Water treatment and reuse
- Waste management
- Analysis and advice for circular production
The project funded by Business Innovation Program in Poland in Wastech Recycling contributes to circular economy and develops fertilizer production derived from biogas facility
BIFROST Build a sustainable cross border startup ecosystem in Greece
An open online program for Green Greek startup founders supported by the Norwegian Ecosystem
Connecting the greek green startups with the Norwegian - established founders, experts, well known investors, great engineers, and academics – through a massive open online program.
Bringing the Greek/Norwegian tech community together
Zero Waste School in Dupnitsa
The project tackles the problem of food waste generation in the schools of Dupnitsa in Bulgaria. The target groups are primary and secondary school students, teachers, as well as children from local kindergartens and the general public in the municipality of Dupnitsa.
Improving quarry sustainability in SIRAČ
The project aims to invest in new and sustainable technologies for production processes by acquiring machines (a mobile scalper and a mobile impact crusher) and integrating geology, resource modeling, mine planning, and production software for cleaner production and zero emissions.