Economic House of Ostend – Belgium

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With its participation in the European programme Upcycle Your Waste, the Economic House Ostend wants to support local businesses. The mission is to guide SMEs step-by-step to get more value out of their business waste, thereby reducing waste-related costs. Waste streams are converted into new resources, thus supporting the circular economy and contributing to a sustainable planet. This is fully in line with the intention of the local policy to make Ostend an environmentally and nature friendly city by, among other things, exploiting the possibilities of the circular economy.

Find our folder here: Flyer UYW_Economisch Huis Oostende.

Events by Economic House of Ostend – Belgium

Upcycling Achievement Conference

Location: Livestream Organiser: Economic House of Ostend – Belgium

The Economic House Ostend cordially invites you to the livestreaming of the Upcycling Achievement Conference on Thursday 17 November 2022. This day will be the culmination of the Upcycle Your Waste project that aims to boost the circular economy. Some of the Ostend entrepreneurs among you already worked on the upcycling campaigns. Now come and hear the results of those initiatives.

Sign up in advance for the livestreaming via this link.

Ostend and the partners from England, the Netherlands and France will present their circular business cases to you that day. In addition, we will elaborate on the opportunities, results, and challenges of a truly circular economy.

You can find the preliminary programme attached here. Our inspiring speaker of the day is designer and social entrepreneur Sep Verboom (BE), awarded the prestigious Henry van de Velde award in 2022 (English version available).

The event is the perfect platform to meet companies that have sustainable solutions for yesterday’s, today’s and tomorrow’s problems. Get inspired and discover how your company too can turn waste into a source of income.

Many upcycling greetings!   

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