Seven European cities are piloting actions to close the loop of bio-waste, and construction and demolition waste.
As part of this EU-funded project, 35 tools and procedures are being developed and tested.
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Circular Cities Declaration
Signatories of the Declaration commit to a circular recovery and a more resilient future.
Cities are showing leadership in their role to decouple economic growth from resource use.
The CityLoops website is the main hub to follow the progress made by seven small to medium-sized cities to become more circular, through this EU-funded project. On this website you can:
City Loops Map
Organic material and the resulting waste are a key material for achieveing a circular economy. It is both a large source of waste and a source of circular opportunity. It is one of the sectors CityLoops cities are tackling. Learn more
Construction and demolition
With increasing urbanisation and demands for urban housing, cities also become the hub for waste resulting from construction and demolition works. CityLoops is also tackling this key waste stream. Learn more
In CityLoops, we aim to develop an operable circular city definition accompanied by indicators that help understanding which parameters need to be measured and where CityLoops cities can have most impact. Learn more
Procurement has the potential to shift the market towards more circular products and business models. Cities can help accelerate this shift by using their procurement budgets to drive demand for circular services and products. Learn more