Bookshelf

Our bookshelf provides practical information and reports on industrial symbiosis from a range of external researchers and initiatives.

International survey on eco-innovation parks
This study presents lessons learned from experiences on eco-innovation parks, encompassing sustainable industrial and urban projects at the park or district scale.
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User Guide to engage in industrial symbiosis through the T4IS
This practical guide provides information on industrial symbiosis, how to set up a project and how to increase likelihood of success.
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Secondary Resources in the Bio-Based Economy
This article explores how automated data analysis approaches can help in analysing large bodies of text to distill and present potential value pathways for secondary (waste) bio-based materials.
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Exploitation report from the EPOS project
This report studies the potential for industrial symbiosis in Europe, generating more than 1000 synergy ideas
from interviews with field actors in industrial facilities.
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Industrial symbiosis in European Policy: Overview of recent progress
This paper explains the cooperation and processes realised within industrial networks, based on the principles of industrial symbiosis in Denmark, Russia and Slovakia.
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Industrial Evolution: Making British manufacturing sustainable
This report sets out how to start redesigning the UK industrial system to make it more sustainable, improve national security and ultimately enhance quality of life.
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Development of the Tool SymbioSyS to Support the Transition Towards a Circular Economy Based on Industrial Symbiosis Strategies
This document present SymbioSyS, a tool based on ICT-web systems to promote the sustainable use of resources through IS strategies and to facilitate networking among companies and businesses.
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Methodology for Evaluating Beneficial Uses of Industrial Non-Hazardous Secondary Materials
This document describes a methodology developed for evaluating the beneficial use of industrial non-hazardous secondary materials.
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The potential of industrial symbiosis as a key driver of green growth in Nordic regions
This study shows different approaches to industrial symbiosis in the Nordic countries, and its potential as a key driver of green growth.
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A regional Industrial Symbiosis methodology and its implementation in Geneva, Switzerland
This project develops an empirical and systematic method for detecting and implementing by-products
synergies between industrial actors disseminated throughout the Geneva region.
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