City of HelsingborgInterreg Circ NSR Helsingborg Sweden
4 pilots in the region of Helsingborg
The project will test in a number of pilots what promotes the development of circular economy, both practical solutions and control models. The pilots are linked to the upcoming international city fair in Helsingborg, H22. https://h22.se/
House of resources
In the new part of the City, the Ocean harbour, we test to collect a new way to collect residual resources, to take care of the delivery of e-commerce and food delivery as well as various mobility solutions at the neighborhood level. We do it in a way that can increase social interaction in the neighborhood. In this way, we can increase the quality of life and streamline the transports in the area.
Eva Stål, projectleader at NSR AB, email@example.com
Reco Lab in English
Reco Lab is a new building at the Öresund treatment plant in the Ocean harbor area. At Reco Lab we are is building a completely new operating facility that will receive the three sewage streams in the unique source-sorting sewage system, which is being built in the Ocean harbor. This operation is a step towards better circular and local nutrient and water recycling. Next to the operating facility, a test bed and a showroom are being built - together the three units form a unique recovery lab. The Interreg project will fund the English exhibition material, so that knowledge of the unique three-pipe system can be spread to many different actors in the EU.
Amanda Haux, projectleader at NSVA AB, firstname.lastname@example.org
Get the circular economy going in Helsingborg
Work with the action plan for circular economy in the city of Helsingborg and measures within the regional waste plan. Among other things, we will develop three packages of measures to kick-start the circular economy: For the residents, through procurement, and by improving collection systems.
Christina Zoric Persson, projectleader in the City of Helsingborg. email@example.com
The City of Helsingborg coordinates and facilitates between local, regional and internationell levels.
Åsa Berglund, project coordinator in the Ciyty of Helsingborg. firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic expert in circular economy at Lund university in Helsingborg
Through the experiences of the various pilots and from previous EU projects, common aspects will be highlighted in terms of directing, leading, and influencing in order to promote circular solutions. The experience will be developed into a common Toolbox, which will be available online. The work is led by Roskilde University, Hamburg's World Economics Institute (HWWI) and Lund University, but also involves other partners in the project.
Hervé Corvellec, Professor Servicemanagement Campus Helsingborg, Lunds universitet. email@example.com
The project members will meet once every six months, in April and October. Then there are opportunities for a couple of other stakeholders to follow as well. We will send out expressions of interest when the time comes!
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Do you have any questions?
Please get in touch with Christina Zoric Persson, firstname.lastname@example.org, +46 42 103650