Introducing and upscaling circular economy models in regional value chains in the food, catering and packaging sectors
Nearly ten percent of all food produced for consumers goes to waste in Europe. Circular economy could help prevent much of that waste but businesses and regional planners often do not know how to introduce them. The project CIREVALC helps them to make regional value chains in the food, catering and packaging sectors more circular through a community approach. The partners jointly design and test a new accelerator tool that will facilitate the green transition of businesses and local communities.
of the Budget is funded by ERDF
South Transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency
Department of International Relations
Department of National and International Projects and Programs
Promotion and Territorial Development Projects Unit
37005 Ceske Budéjovice
Center for Education, European and Institutional Cooperation
Dept. Sustainable Technologies
Cluster & Cooperation (Food Cluster)
Low awareness and engagement, non-receptive communities towards circular solutions in the food, packaging and catering sector
Lack of skills, knowledge and tools and low uptake of solutions
A new, innovative tool for strengthening circular skills of enterprises and other organisations
Green accelerator for enterprises and other interested organisations in our partner regions
How it works
First, we collect development needs of companies/organisations through interviews and survey. Then local and transnational pool of experts fitting to the development needs are involved. Finally, the enrolled companies and organisations receive tailored assistance from the expert pool in the frame of green accelerators
Increased use of circular solutions, business models at the accelerated enterprises
More sustainable enterprises and local communities through improved circular skills.
Call to action
Let's Together Unlock The Power of the Circular Economy!
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