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EU GPP case study: Environmentally-friendly cleaning services in Reykjavík
The City Council - through its schools, kindergartens, offices and other buildings - is a major consumer of cleaning services and therefore has the potential to exert considerable influence over the Icelandic cleaning services market.
English
Iceland
Cleaning
Ecolabels, Social responsibility
European Commission - Directorate General Environment
2011
Purchasing bio-based cleaning services
The Wilanów District Office – one of 18 Districts of the City of Warsaw - carried out a procurement of environmentally-friendly cleaning and maintenance services for some of the city’s water supply and treatment plants.
English
Poland
Biobased products
InnProBio consortium
2018
Disposable bio-based aprons for Skåne’s healthcare sector
Innovation-oriented public procurement to purchase renewable (bio-based) aprons for the health sector in the Swedish region Skåne.
English
Sweden
Textiles
Innovation procurement (PPI) , Biobased products
InnProBio consortium
2018
SPP Regions tender model: Organic catering for hospitals in Piedmont
SCR, the central purchasing body for the Piedmont Region in Italy awarded contracts in 6 lots to provide organic catering services to hospitals across the region.
English, Italian
Italy
Food and catering
Ecolabels
SPP Regions consortium
2018
SPP Regions - Circular Procurement, Case Study Collection
This collection of best practices aims to clarify what Circular Procurement is and what its potentials are. It is intended to inspire procurement staff to look at products, to ask different questions, to analyse the needs in the organisations and to challenge the market to deliver a more circular supply of products and services.
English
Europe/EU, International
Circular Economy
ICLEI
2017
Supplement to the 2012 Annual Statistical Report on United Nations Procurement: Balancing social, environmental and economic considerations in procurement
This report details numerous instances of governments, the private sector, donors and international organizations adopting sustainability in their supply chains.
English
International
General GPP/SPP
United Nations
2012
If not now, when? Responsible procurement in Baden-Württemberg
Articles from public authorities and NGOs from discussions at a workshop on responsible public procurement held in Baden-Württemberg, Germany November 2012.
German
Germany
Food and catering, Textiles, ICT (information and communication techn.), Transport and vehicles, Cleaning, Timber and forestry , Buildings and construction, Infrastructure, Events, Furniture
General GPP/SPP
Dachverband Entwicklungspolitik Baden-Württemberg (DEAB), dem forum für internationale entwicklung + planung (finep) und der Werkstatt Ökonomie
2013
Verifying social standards in public procurement. A movie by "The LANDMARK Project"
This LANDMARK DVD features key stakeholders discussing the subject of verifying that suppliers are being socially responsible throughout the supply chain. Interviews are held with public procurers to explore the methods and documentation they have used to ensure supplier compliance with ethical considerations. Informative animations are used to explain the process more clearly. The DVD will be showcased as part of the LANDMARK Exhibition, launched in Malmö, Sweden 19 Sept 2012. Printed copies will also be available.
Multiple
English, Catalan, German, Portuguese, Spanish
Europe/EU
Food and catering, Textiles, ICT (information and communication techn.), Buildings and construction
Fair trade, Social responsibility
The LANDMARK Consortium c/o ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability, 2012
2012
SPP Regions tender model: Renovating historic Burgas City Hall
The city of Burgas in Bulgaria will shortly publish a tender for the deep renovation of its historical City Hall. The city has set the ambitious task of achieving over 50% energy savings, despite the restrictions caused by the historical nature of the building.
Bulgarian
Bulgaria
Buildings and construction
Energy efficiency
SPP Regions consortium
2018