The Circular Bioeconomy Potential of Cities
To enhance the digital experience of its new EU-funded project BioCircularCities, we worked closely with the Association of Cities and Regions (ACR+) to design and develop the website. REVOLVE designed the sitemap, the multi-lingual options and developed the content management system (CMS). REVOLVE also provides the hosting and security and other maintenance updates throughout the duration of the project. We are happy to be contributing to communicating about the circular economy on this occasion. Thanks ACR+ for this great opportunity!
The BIOCIRCULARCITIES project aimed to unlock the circular economy potential of unexploited bio-based waste streams and boost the green and sustainable transition. This transition to a circular bioeconomy requires reconciling legislation, waste management, circularity, and the bioeconomy.
For two years, BIOCIRCULARCITIES has been exploring the development of economically and environmentally efficient models for organic waste (food and kitchen waste, garden waste, agricultural waste from agro-based industrial sector, wood waste and forestry residue, etc.) management to foster the transition to a circular bioeconomy.
For that, the partners have rolled out three pilot studies in urban (Barcelona Spain, and Naples, Italy) and rural contexts – (Pazardzhik, Bulgaria) – focusing each time on one specific value-chain and investigating possibilities to make it more circular.
What They Say
We are utterly pleased by our cooperation with REVOLVE regarding the Biocircularcities website. Not only the final product is of high-quality but on top of that the working process behind it was flawless. They were available and easy to-talk-to, immediately understood our needs and even made creative suggestions to improve our first ideas. Great team for perfect result!
– Gaëlle Colas, ACR+
This project has received funding from the Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking (JU) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101023516. The JU receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and the Bio-based Industries Consortium.