Registration of CE initiatives

Fill in the following form to add your initiative to the database. Initiatives can be connected to organisations and their partners, networks and projects.
Circular Economy initiatives include best practice such as policies, business model examples or education and behavioural shift resources. 
Submissions will be checked prior to publication by our team.

I confirm that the information submitted via this form is true to the best of my knowledge and that neither confidential private nor enterprise information is contained within. This information will be made publicly available as a use case for accelerating the transition to a Circular Economy, and may be utilised/referenced in research projects with a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

Pinpoint a place on the map for the marker.

Which region is this initiative a part of?

Select a country
Select a province/state
Select a city

    provide additional information about your status and milestones

    Add the start date (required) of this initiative and any other significant milestones (optional)

    Milestone title Date

    the month and year will be shown but make sure you select a date on the calendar for it to save.

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    Organisations are required to be registered prior to registering an initiative.

      Data collection is in english to help establish a global standard in Circular Mapping.
      Initiative title - name of the project (character limit 50)

      Please provide a brief english description of the initiative/project (character limit 200) - a local language full description can be added below

      Extended english description of the initiative for case study development - local language description can be added elsewhere

      Provide a description in the local language - it does NOT need to be a direct translation of the english version

      Link to company or project website use the proper format http://.... or https://....

      Partners connected with the initiative.
      partner organisations need to be registered in advance

        please provide a photo that represents this initiative for display purposes in either .jpg, .png, .jpeg formats (max size 3MB)

        Which stakeholders are involved in the development of this initiative?

        Define the transaction model, ie Business/Organisation to Consumer

        Which product categories?

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        Stages SRL 1‐3 represent the early stages in a project, including identifying relevant stakeholders and how to include them (such as end users, the right communities, etc.). Stages SRL 4‐6 represent the actual solution(s) and testing in the relevant context in co‐operation with relevant stakeholders, while keeping a focus on impact and society’s readiness for the solution. Stages SRL 7‐9 represent the end stages, including refining the solution(s), addressing the societal readiness on a practical level to gain impact, creating awareness, disseminating results, etc.

        Technology Readiness Level

        Are you collecting data? If so how can you utilise it? If it is open data, please provide a link

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        If the products associated with your initiative are certified, please select the certification from the list, or add a new one.

        which secondary materials are input and output? Where applicable. For example: Input: Coffee grounds - Category: Organic Matter > Food Output: Mushrooms - Category: Organic Matter > Food

        material input material category input
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        Moving towards a climate- and nature-positive economy not only means replacing fossil energy with renewable energy, it also means moving to fossil-free materials, substituting carbon-intense products like plastics, concrete, steel and synthetic textiles for lower carbon alternatives.

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