Only -2 days to the FISSAC Final Conference!
On 29 January 2020, we will discuss the topics that this H2020 project brought to light.
It will not be a traditional conference. The involvement and perspective of the different stakeholders will cover a central role during the whole event. The industrial symbiosis will be analysed by the economic, social and environmental point of view of local authorities, private sector, and civil society.
A big moment of the conference: the official launch of the FISSAC platform! The participants will go through all the features of the new platform directly guided by the developers.
Be prepared to share your ideas and to meet interesting people strongly involved in spreading the industrial symbiosis in different value chains. The event will end defining a set of recommendations to foster the outcomes of FISSAC across new industrial value chains.
Take a final look at the agenda!
See you there!
Only one week left before the H2020 FISSAC project Final Conference to be held in Brussels on the 29th of January 2020. If you have not registered to the FISSAC Final Conference yet, you have few days left.
The deadline to register has been extended to 24 January 2020. Follow the registration link.
The agenda of the event has been finalised and, with the support of the professional facilitator Peter Woodward, the participants will work together on the topics that the FISSAC project brought to light, such as the importance of the social acceptance, the role of the public authorities, the replicability of the FISSAC model and the building of new supply chains to make industrial symbiosis happen.
Furthermore, the FISSAC platform will be officially launched and participants will have the opportunity to actively take part to a tutorial, discovering all the functionalities of this innovative tool.
During two no-formal workshops, representatives of EU funded projects, public authorities, private companies, civil society and research sector will share their experience and perspective diving deeper on the topics of industrial symbiosis and circular economy.
Do you need some more arguments to be convinced?
Check out the final AGENDA and discover our speakers.
Few seats are still available, so register now and take part in this great event branded FISSAC!
Have you registered to the FISSAC final conference taking place on 29 January 2020 in Brussels, yet?
If not, hurry up! Only two weeks are missing to this big event branded FISSAC.
The professional facilitator, Peter Woodward, who has a strong focus on sustainable development topics, will moderate the discussions among speakers from diverse background, including representatives of SPIRE projects, ARC, Regione Marche, Malmö University as well as from other EU funded projects, giving a multidimensional approach to the event.
The event is free but seats are limited. Register before 22 January 2020 not to miss this opportunity to learn more about industrial symbiosis.
Agenda and registration here: http://fissacproject.eu/en/final-conference/
The FISSAC project has been presented at ECOMONDO – the Green technology Expo on the 8 November 2019, in Rimini (Italy). The FISSAC demonstrations have been illustrated by ACR+ during the conference “European research and innovation for the implementation of circular economy and bioeconomy”.
The H2020 FISSAC project has been brought as an innovative example of circular economy and industrial symbiosis in the construction value chain.
Finally, RINA, as FISSAC partner, contributed to the dissemination of the project during the whole duration of the exhibition.
“Industrial symbiosis, much like its natural counterpart, is a mutually beneficial relationship where the waste or surplus of one member is used by another. It is the cornerstone of a sustainable economy, and FISSAC tools could foster its expansion throughout Europe and beyond.”
An article regarding the FISSAC results has been published on CORDIS website, with the title: A novel cloud-based platform helps industries minimise waste and enhance sustainability.
Follow the link to read the article: https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/196821/brief/en
The full Results Pack can be found here: https://cordis.europa.eu/article/id/411500-circular-economy-innovations-for-industrial-and-urban-waste-management/en