Towards zero waste in industrial networks – policy recommendations from the ZeroWIN project
Luepschen, Claudia, Kuehr, Ruediger and Magalini, Federico (2013). Towards zero waste in industrial networks – policy recommendations from the ZeroWIN project. UNU Policy Brief. United Nations University.
Sub-type Policy brief Author Luepschen, Claudia
Title Towards zero waste in industrial networks – policy recommendations from the ZeroWIN project Series Title UNU Policy Brief Volume/Issue No. 2013/6 Publication Date 2013 Publisher United Nations University Abstract ZeroWIN (Towards Zero Waste in Industrial Networks) is a five-year project (2009–2014) under the European Commission’s Seventh Research Framework Programme. The ZeroWIN project has developed effective strategies for waste prevention through industrial networks. Ten industrial case studies in the automotive, construction, electronics and photo voltaic industries form the core of the project and exchange energy, water and materials in such a way that waste from one industry becomes raw material for another. This brief suggests what can be done to advance the implementation of industrial networks in practice, based on first outcomes of the ZeroWIN project. The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme FP7 2007–2013 under grant agreement n° 226752 Copyright Holder United Nations University Copyright Year 2013 Copyright type Creative Commons ISSN 1814-8026 ISBN 9789280831078
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