Location: St Andrew's Hall, Norwich
Organiser: Norwich Business Improvement District – UK, Norwich BID
Join us at this free event designed to showcase the potential of commercial upcycling, from the financial to the environmental benefits, open to businesses from across Europe.
Book your free place now to learn how upcycling benefits your business, and how you can get involved. Limited spaces available.
Get inspired to see how upcycling can help the planet, and your business too. Join us at this free event designed to showcase the potential of commercial upcycling, from the financial to the environmental benefits, open to businesses from across Europe.
At the Norwich Business Upcycling Fair you’ll have the opportunity discover how upcycling can upscale your business, save you money, and help the environment. You’ll hear from Max McMurdo, upcycling guru and star of Channel 4 programmes ‘Kirstie Allsopp’s Fill your House for Free’ and ‘George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces’, meet other businesses and existing upcyclers, and learn much more about the potential of upcycling.
Is your business looking for new ways to go green? Do you have a business idea that might use upcycled commercial waste? Or would you like to find out more about the circular economy, and get inspired to get involved? Whatever your answer, come and join us for a hear, do and learn meetup – we’d love to see you!
Norwich Business Upcycling Fair is brought to you by Norwich BID as part of Upcycle Your Waste, an EU funded project designed to help businesses benefit from the circular economy, which receives support from the EU under the Interreg 2 Seas Programme and will run until 2022.
Organiser: Norwich Business Improvement District – UK
StartUpCycle is a unique event where teams will collaborate to create an upcycling start-up, from concept to brand. Watch the teams present their unique inventions, whether that’s a product, app, or something else entirely. Featuring speeches from entrepreneur Chris Reed, and environmental experts.
Developed by Sync the City, in collaboration with Norwich BID and University of East Anglia, StartUpCycle is part of Upcycle Your Waste.
Organiser: Norwich Business Improvement District – UK, Norwich BID, Sync the City & University of East Anglia
Help save the planet & build a sustainable future for Norwich with Sync the City's StartUpCycling launch!
As part of Upcycle Your Waste, Sync the City—a Norwich startup event—is going green! They’re going to be holding a two day hackathon to build and launch an UpCycle startup designed to transform waste from local Norwich businesses into something new and valuable.
Before the big weekend, they’re asking people to sign up to the launch event to find out more about the project, and their eco-mission. We’d love to see you there!
This is part of the Upcycle Your Waste project which is funded by the European Union under the Interreg 2 Seas Programme. We also have sponsorship from UEA & Langham Recruitment, so that we can offer £4,000 in cash prizes.
Location: 2 rue de Wasquehal, Roubaix
Organiser: Roubaix – France, City of Roubaix
Unexploited industrial materials
From June 1, the City of Roubaix is launching its tender for projects to recover unexploited industrial waste.
To develop these deposits, the City, in collaboration with Zerm, has set up a material library of these resources.
Textile , PVC scrap, paper chiquette, …, bag of malt.
More than fifteen pieces of waste to discover.
Are you interested in exploiting this material or just curious?
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment or come to the zero waste festival on June 19 at the Zero Seasons.
This year will be the seventh time that the ‘Omgevingsdienst IJmond’ will present the IJmond Sustainability Award. We will present you entrepreneurs who, with great passion and motivation, have worked to make their business more sustainable, are always pushing to innovate existing techniques and always try to inspire others.
Who will win this year’s prize?