Metro Vancouver has partnered with the Light House Sustainable Building Centre to pilot Canada’s first National Industrial Symbiosis Program (NISP). Industrial symbioses can transform wastes from one business into higher value inputs for another business, such as using shredded tires as a building material for a new road.
The Western Cape Industrial Symbiosis Programme (WISP), a free facilitation service to companies,has been selected as runner-up in the World Economic Forum (WEF) Circular Economy: Public Sector award of The Circulars 2018.
The ambition of this Workshop (and the CWA that it will produce) is to support the effective adoption of industrial symbiosis by the public and private sector, and to advance toward mainstream use.
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