Embedding sustainable thinking in public procurement could support circular economy

Posted by aclimaadmin | Febrero 5, 2019 | Noticias del Sector

A circular economy (CE) is one in which materials retain their value and are reused, minimising waste. Cities and councils could act as CE trailblazers by embedding this approach whenever possible into their public purchase of products, services and works. This study explored different approaches to circular public procurement (CPP), and identified possible opportunities to promote CE via appropriate procurement policy and criteria…read more.

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