Barcelona is getting ready for its second Living Lab

On 16 September, the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona will host its second Living Lab. After the success of the first meeting, last March, participants will this time meet in person in Barcelona and focus on the regulatory, social, environmental, and techno-economic barriers and drivers that can limit and foster biocircular products/processes at each specific stage of the value chain of the organic fraction of municipal solid waste.

Participants will exchange on a suggested scenario, drafted by the Biocircularcities partners, that foresees the introduction of prevention measures to reduce the generation of food waste and a change in the separate collection of biowaste from open street containers to door to door or/and smart bins to increase the quality and quantity of collected biowaste.

More information on the event page.