Thank you for attending the second edition of the

    Circular Procurement Congress
    'Mainstreaming Circular Procurement’
    on 

    18 & 19 October 2017 
    See you next time!

    18 & 19 October 2017

    Circular Procurement Congress 'Mainstreaming Circular Procurement’

    The second Circular Procurement Congress was held on 18 & 19 October 2017 in Tallinn, Estonia. 134 experts attended. The Congress provided a unique opportunity to explore the latest developments and thinking on circular procurement and on mainstreaming circular procurement.

    In April 2016 the first international congress on circular procurement was held in Amsterdam. 120 experts attended from over 20 countries in Europe and around the world. The purpose of the 2016 congress was to raise awareness for the concept of circular procurement, highlight good practices and to share experiences on how circular procurement could be mainstreamed.

     

    Next steps

    Purchasers within governments and companies are discovering the potential of circular procurement and are exploring ways in which life-cycle impacts can be taken into account. As part of the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the EU in the second half of 2017, the Estonian government is emphasising the importance of both eco-innovation and circular procurement and hosted the Second Circular Procurement Congress in Tallinn. The event was co-organised by the European Commission, Estonia, Rijkswaterstaat and ICLEI.

    Partners:

    The congress is jointly organized by the following partners:

    Location 19 October:

    House of the Blackheads Pikk 26 Tallinn, Estonia

    Hosted and organised by:

    Co-organised by the Estonian Presidency of the EU, the European Commission (Directorate-General for the Environment), Rijkswaterstaat from the Netherlands and ICLEI - Local Government for Sustainability

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