Circular economy in Brittany Feedback day for a year that saw 8 pilot projects supported

October 11, 2016– Lorient – Les Terrasses du Celtic

The Brittany region, committed to circular economy since 2014, in partnership with the Institut de l’Economie Circulaire and Ademe Bretagne, is organizing a day of experience feedback from "positive impact circular economy" pilot projects on October 11. The eight project leaders who won the call for an expression of interest issued by the Region in 2015 will present the initiative that has been under way for a year and the conditions for support proposed by the regional authority. 

This go-to event in Brittany is an opportunity to learn about the projects of Perlucine, Réseau ADE du Pays de Saint-Brieuc, Svitec, Seabird, CCI Quimper Cornouaille, Sainte-Hélène, the Lieu-Dit collective and Collectif des Festivals: a variety of contributors with a variety of experience that will inspire you to develop your new projects too. 

Each will present their project and its deployment prospects. This is an opportunity for the Brittany Region to give a progress report on the circular economy in the region. 

This year has enabled each of these circular economy pioneers in Brittany to identify the obstacles to circular project implementation and the levers promoting it, which include a paradigm shift and the benefits of working in a group. 

The event is open to all but you must first sign up:


 e_invit_eco_circulaire_fixe.pdfe-invit_eco_circulaire_fixe.pdf (156.38 Ko) 

Lorient – Les Terrasses du Celtic
28/09 - 12/10/2016
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