Following on from the recent success of the study visit from the Turkish BEBKA regions earlier in 2017, International Synergies will be hosting an Egyptian delegation from 3-7 July 2017. During the visit, the delegation, which includes, senior representatives from their Government, National Cleaner Production Centre, Academia, Industry Associations and NGOs will visit several industrial
International Synergies won the DG GROWTH call for tender on the Study on “Cooperation fostering industrial symbiosis: market potential, good practice and policy actions”.
International Synergies is part of a consortium including Trinomics BV, Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientifc Research TNO, University College of London and led by Technopolis Group that won the DG GROWTH call for tender on the Study on “Cooperation fostering industrial symbiosis: market potential, good practice and policy actions”. The study will provide factual evidence
The Israeli government has announced its work plan for the next two years, 2017-2018. According to the plan, the Ministry of Economy & Industry is determined to embed environmental and sustainable issues in its economic agenda. Specifically, the implementation of an industrial symbiosis programme is one of the main objectives. This objective integrates with another
International Synergies hosted the Turkish Development Agency BEBKA (representing the regions of Bursa, Eskisehir and Bilicek) as they enjoyed a week of visits in the West Midlands centred around Birmingham from the 20 – 23 February. The visit was the final part of a three-part contract from the British Council/Newton Fund/BEBKA for International Synergies to