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City of Rome: Developing a monitoring system for GPP
The Metropolitan City of Rome Capital has been monitoring GPP since 2009, and in 2016, it introduced a new monitoring system linked to the public procurement electronic information system. This innovative, digital system makes it possible to require departments to attach relevant environmental criteria to procurement procedures.
English
Europe/EU, Italy
Textiles, ICT (information and communication techn.), Office stationery, Furniture
General GPP/SPP
2017
Procura+ Case Study: Reuse and refurbishment of furniture
Public Health Wales adopted a new mindset when moving office in 2016, and instead sought suppliers who could reuse and remanufacture as much already owned furniture as possible. The winning tender provided an attractive, functional office design, in which 94% of furniture was reused or remanufactured.
English
Europe/EU, United Kingdom
Furniture
Circular Economy
2018
City of Rotterdam - Sustainable, customer-oriented transport services
EU GPP Case Study - Different modified transport services are required for different target groups, and in the past, this has led to fragmented and sometimes insufficient services. As such, towards the end of 2013, the City of Rotterdam decided to integrate all its modified transport services. By performing a joint procurement with integrated route coordination, the city aimed to improve service quality while reducing costs
English
Europe/EU, Netherlands
Transport and vehicles, Infrastructure
General GPP/SPP
2018
Suwon: A city for SPP Tender Implementation & Impact Monitoring
This case study shows how Suwon undertook successful SPP Tender Implementation and Impact Monitoring. Selected as a city for the “SPP Tender Implementation and Impact Monitoring” that is currently being carried out in Asia under the One Planet Network, Suwon kicked off the project in March 2017 and set the target for increasing the ratio of the annual Green Public Procurement (GPP) to over 40% and that of Recycled Asphalt Con¬crete (RAC) to more than 20%.
English
Buildings and construction, Infrastructure
General GPP/SPP
2018
InnProBio - Road Construction using bio-based materials
The Dutch Province of Zeeland is one of the frontrunners in Europe applying bio-based public procurement with a view to stimulate the transition to a circular economy.
English
Europe/EU, Netherlands
Transport and vehicles, Infrastructure
Biobased products
2018
Green procurement and green products generate growth
Seven business cases for green procurement from Denmark are presented through this publication. The examples demonstrate how green procurement contributes to the green transition of society. The focus is on the effects of green procurement from the perspective of suppliers in regards to job creation, innovation, export, and marketing opportunities.
English, Danish
Europe/EU, Denmark
Energy, Cleaning, Waste
General GPP/SPP
Danish Environmental Protection Agency
2013
EU GPP Case Study - Purchasing energy efficient street lighting
City of Rotterdam published a tender in 2012 for the purchase of standard lighting fixtures for the whole city for the period 2013 to 2020. The form of the tender was an e-auction in three lots, with one framework agreement for each lot
English
Europe/EU, Netherlands
Lighting, Infrastructure
General GPP/SPP, Energy efficiency
2017
EU GPP Case Study - Circular catering services for the Plavinu Gymnasium
Pļaviņu Municipality (Latvia) wanted to sustain good quality catering in their school for a reasonable price. They also wanted to include circular aspects in the procurement in order to be more sustainable.
English
Europe/EU, Latvia
Food and catering, Waste
Circular Economy
2018
EU GPP Case Study - Energy performance contracting for efficient outdoor lighting
Municipality of Jimena de la Frontera, Cádiz - In July 2009, the Municipality expressed its commitment to sustainable development and the creation of a new local energy model by signing the Covenant of Mayors initiative and developing a Sustainable Energy Action Plan (SEAP), with an overall goal of reducing its greenhouse gas emissions(GHG) by 21% before 2020 (compared to 2007 levels)
English
Europe/EU, Spain
Energy, Lighting
General GPP/SPP, Energy efficiency
2018