These are tenders which have now expired, and unfortunately we are no longer accepting applications on them.

Deadline: 14/10/2015

We are currently in the initial stages of a research project that will be looking at small number of waste burning facilities (incinerators, cement plants, biomass and RDF burning plant) and their breaches of EU air regulations.

We want to identify facilities across the EU that have reportedly breach air regulations and collect the necessary data to expose this situation whilst working in close collaboration with the local campaign groups.

For this to be successful, we need your help, please send us suggestions of waste burning facilities across the EU that could potentially fit this description? We would need them to have reports on air pollution and have a local group that could support the research and campaign around the issue.

Please be aware that unfortunately due to our limited capacity we won’t be able to include all of the facilities suggested, just a small number. Although we hope that these examples will be useful in the wider context of local campaigns against incinerator, other waste-burning facilities.

If you have any examples which fit this description please fill out this questionnaire, and send any supporting documents to  pawel[at]zerowasteeurope.

The deadline for any submissions is the 14th of October, and after this point we will have to proceed with the submissions which we have already received.

Brussels, April 1, 2015

Zero Waste Europe welcomes proposals from consultants, experts and other relevant stakeholders in the field of waste and product policy to undertake the development of a study on the future of Extended Producer Responsibility within the Circular Economy framework.

 

Zero Waste Europe seeks to commission a study on the situation of the EPR principle in Europe, the result of the different implementations in different member states, the impact on product redesign and on protection of human health as well as contributing to close the material loop. The study should look into the potential of EPR in the future beyond producer responsibility and into product redesign.

 

Interested tenders should contact Joan Marc Simon at contact (at) zerowasteeurope.eu to receive further information and submit their proposals.

 

This tendering process is now closed.

Brussels, May 4, 2015

Report: Challenges and Opportunities in the Waste Sector to Build a Low Carbon Economy.

 

Zero Waste Europe welcomes proposals from consultants, experts and other relevant stakeholders in the field of waste and climate policy to undertake the development of the report, provisionally titled “Challenges and Opportunities in the Waste Sector to Build a Low Carbon Economy.”

 

Zero Waste Europe seeks to commission a report on the contribution of different waste management options in contributing to a low-carbon EU. This report will address both the positive contributions that improved waste management can make to GHG emission reductions and also to analyze the extent to which existing policy mechanisms have the potential to deliver perverse outcomes. Attention will be given to accounting issues, such as those related to biogenic (or ‘short-cycle’carbon.).

 

Interested tenders should contact Mariel Vilella at mariel (at) zerowasteeurope.eu to receive further information and submit their proposals.

 

This tendering process is now closed.

 

Brussels, August 15th, 2015

Zero Waste Europe welcomes proposals from consultants, experts and other relevant stakeholders in the field of air pollution to undertake the development of a study on the air pollution from waste disposal in the EU.

 

Zero Waste Europe seeks to commission a study on the situation breaches of air pollution EU standards in waste disposal facilities, including incinerators, gasificators, cement plants or any other facility operating a thermal treatment and using MSW as fuel.

 

On the basis of official data, this report will provide an overview of the EU policy and regulatory framework, and it will identify 5-7 facilities from across Europe that are in breach of air pollution regulations.

 

Interested tenders should contact Joan Marc Simon at contact (at) zerowasteeurope.eu to receive further information and submit their proposals.

This tendering process is now closed.

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