The Biocircularcities project aimed to unlock the circular economy potential of unexploited bio-based waste streams by exploring the development of economically and environmentally efficient models for organic waste (food and kitchen waste, garden waste, agricultural waste from agrobased industrial sector, wood waste and forestry residues, etc.) in three pilot areas.
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The Biocircularcities results in a nutshell
Analysing the bioeconomy situation in pilot territories
Partners identified potential improvements using LCA and LCC methodologies to evaluate the environmental and economic sustainability of biowaste management systems across three bio-based value chains.
Boosting circular bioeconomy in pilot territories
Partners analysed circular bioeconomy best practices that could be successfully implemented in the pilot areas and identified policy recommendations encompassing broader principles and strategies that can be adapted and applied in other regions and value chains.
Facilitating the replication in other EU countries
Partners developed a webtool to assist assists stakeholders in identifying appropriate bio-circular technologies for improving biowaste management based on their specific contexts.
4 October 2023What do bread, biochemicals and bioenergy have in common? The Biocircularcities project knows the answer
Bread prepared with flour from coffee silverskin (a residue from coffee roasting), biochemicals produced from previously...
19 September 2023Watch again the Biocircularcities Trilogy
The Biocircularcities Trilogy is over… In three episodes, the Biocircularcities partners presented everything about the project,...
18 September 2023Which general policy recommendations can be made for implementing circular bioeconomy in the pilot areas?
To address the challenges and opportunities identified for the pilot areas and facilitate the transition towards...