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Tender Compilation: Mainstreaming low-carbon procurement
This collection provides an overview of all published tender models within the GPP 2020 project, as well as a more detailed selection of 11 tenders that show the full range of approaches taken across all partner regions
English
Europe/EU
General GPP/SPP
GPP 2020 Consortium
2017
Nordic Capitals for green growth
The report collects a series of public procurement case studies from six nordic countries. Case studies go from sustainable transport procurement examples to environmental management standards and construction case studies.
English
Europe/EU, Denmark, Sweden, Norway
Transport and vehicles, Buildings and construction
General GPP/SPP
Nordic Council
2017
Procurement of solar powered, compacting litter bins
Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown (DLR) County Council in Ireland purchased 401 solar-powered compacting bins. An application to monitor real-time levels of waste in the bins reduced the number of litter bins visited by 85%.
English
Ireland
Energy
General GPP/SPP
European Commission, DG Environment
2015
The 2015 Annual Report on the State of Municipal Procurement in Canada
The report highlights strategic sustainable supply chain best practices, trends and outlooks for the year ahead based on challenges and lessons shared by municipalities across Canada.
English
Canada
Textiles, Transport and vehicles, Office stationery
General GPP/SPP
Reeve Consulting
2015
Going Green: Best practices for sustainable procurement
This document presents the case studies across the six dimensions of GPP implementation on the basis of one of their core features. However, most are multidimensional and all are complementary,forming together a comprehensive view of what may constitute good approaches to successful GPP.
English
International
General GPP/SPP
OECD
2015
Green Public Procurement in the Asia Pacific Region: Challenges and Opportunities for Green Growth and Trade
This report reviews and analyzes the progress of Green Public Procurement (GPP) policies, challenges and opportunities in APEC economies in the context of green growth and promotion of trade in environmental goods and services (EGS). It includes the elaboration of a database of environmental criteria of eight groups of products. The information considered in this study has been gathered through questionnaires and bibliography review.
English
International, Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, China, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea; South, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Thailand, United States, Vietnam
ICT (information and communication techn.), Energy, Buildings and construction, Lighting, Office stationery
General GPP/SPP
APEC
2013
Procura+ Award winner: sustainable office supplies in Flanders
In a tender for a new office supplies framework agreement, th Government of Flanders asked for at least 50% of products to be made from recycled or renewable materials and to be sustainably sourced and produced. Orders are made on a website using a smart delivery system that includes low CO2 emission transport, and using contract performance clauses, constant improvement and behaviour change has been built into the delivery of the framework.
English
Belgium
Office stationery
General GPP/SPP
2018
EU GPP case study: Greener IT Equipment in Gizpuzkoa (Spain)
In 2008, a public tendering process for a three-year framework contract for the supply of office information technology (IT) equipment for Gipuzkoa’s Provincial Council and other autonomous or public bodies based in the province took place.
English
Spain
ICT (information and communication techn.)
Ecolabels, Energy efficiency
European Commission - Directorate General Environment
2011
GPP 2020 Tender Model: Purchase of Low Emission Buses for Municipal Public Transport
This GPP 2020 Tender model refers to the purchase of buses by the Municipality of Maribor with EURO VI standards
English
Slovenia
Transport and vehicles
Energy efficiency
GPP 2020 Consortium
2016