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ApHER at WOOL2LOOP project meeting in Belgium

2019-11-20T15:01:09+02:00November 20th, 2019|Categories: Environmental Economics|

Last week ApHER participated at the 2nd Project Meeting of the Horizon2020 WOOL2LOOP Project hosted by Ergon in Lier, Belgium. It has been a pleasure to meet the partners of the consortium implementing circular economy of construction materials.

ApHER at the H2020 for the Circular Economy & Transforming Industry Brokerage Event

2019-10-02T15:04:26+02:00October 2nd, 2019|Categories: Environmental Economics|

Meet ApHER at the H2020 for the Circular Economy & Transforming Industry Brokerage Event. The event will take place on the 9th of October in Warsaw, and will be an opportunity for partnerships & consortium building for upcoming H2020 calls. Find more information at: https://ceti-h2020.b2match.io/

We are delighted to welcome our new team member

2019-09-25T16:22:57+02:00September 18th, 2019|Categories: Environmental Economics|

The transition to circular economy is keeping us busy in ApHER. We are therefore delighted that Giovanni Salvetti has joined our team and will be helping us building circular economic models and life cycle cost models. Giovanni has a Master Degree in Environmental Economics and a passion for building economic models. He will in particular be [...]

ApHER in European Research Project on Circular Economy

2019-05-08T09:57:41+02:00May 8th, 2019|Categories: Environmental Economics|

Circular economy innovation project utilizing mineral wool waste from building and demolition received significant EU funding The circular economy project WOOL2LOOP has received significant funding from the EU Horizon 2020 (Horizon 2020) funding programme. The total budget for the project is EUR 6.7 million, of which EU funding amounts to EUR 5.3 million. The three-year project [...]

Earth Overshoot Day – August 1st 2018

2018-08-03T15:22:27+02:00August 3rd, 2018|Categories: Environmental Economics, Uncategorised|

It’s our party. But it ends today. By Aug 1st the global natural resources available for 2018 are spent. Anything beyond this is excess consumption. ApHER marks Earth Overshoot Day by venturing into projects improving the environment that surrounds us. Protecting our health. What can you do to #movethedate?  Cancel your flight and use Skype. Use your [...]