LET’S START MAKING LESS WASTE
Our event accompanies Polish Circular
Week, which aims to educate
and promote attitudes,
behaviours and solutions in the area
of circular economy.
On October 3-4, 2018, we invite you to Płock, where the Mazovia Circular Congress will take place. This international event is addressed, among others, to local governments, entrepreneurs, scientific institutions, companies offering municipal services and suppliers of new technologies. Good practices of cities, companies and business environment institutions from around the world will be presented during the Congress, as well as benefits resulting from the transformation of economies towards CE. The meeting will start with a plenary session with expert speeches of leading speakers, and will also be devoted to financing opportunities and legal framework related to the circular economy.
What is Circular Economy?
What are the development trends and challenges, which Polish companies and local governments have to face? How to adapt municipal companies, institutions and businesses to the challenges of a closed circuit? And finally- where to get the funds to design changes from? These are the questions that will be answered by experts from Poland, Europe and the entire world. During the event good practices of cities, companies and business environment institutions from around the world, as well as the benefits of the transformation of economies towards CE, will be presented. The thematic scope includes three areas: Circular City, Circular Food and Circular Manufacturing, which will be supplemented with presentations, debates with experts from England, Denmark, Sweden, Spain, France, Romania and Poland.
We know how important the support of institution and companies is, as well as education in order to build a joint vision of a closed circuit. We want all people, who want to present their solutions, in accordance to the CE vision, to find their place here, as well as those, who are still searching for it.
(2014-2020) under grant agreement no 777773