Welcome to join us as a validation partner

 

Welcome to join us as a validation partner

 

The first version of tools have now been developed
together with companies. Now its time to make them
available and gather feedback from other companies.
Thus we invite you to become a validation partner.

 

 

What you get?
*CIRCit tools
*
Guidelines for applying the tools
*
Workshops for live try-out of the tool(s)
*
1-2 hours Q&A with CIRCit researchers
*
Webinars, workshops, contact with other
companies

 

What you give?
*You apply the tools within your company within the
feedback timeframe (differs per work package)
*
Structured feedback on the tools (± 20-40 hrs/ WP)
*Success factors and challenges for the tools
implementation
*
Comments on the results of the tool implementation

Contact: Fenna Blomsma, fblo@mek.dtu.dk

 

 

WP1
Sustainability Screening of Circular Economy Initiatives
Contact: Mariia Kravchenko, makrav@mek.dtu.dk

WP1 supports decision making processes during the early stages of
circular economy initiatives planning and implementation. By considering
the circular strategies chosen, the business processes affected and the
three sustainability dimensions (people, planet, profit), this work package
helps with finding important indicators that can be used to improve circular
initiatives or compare different circular scenarios.

What you get

  • A database of 250+ sustainability-related
    indicators
    incl. economic, environmental & social dimensions
  • Webinar outlining the rationale behind the
    database and explaning how to use it
    incl. tips & tricks
  • User guide for a systematic indicator
    selection
    e.g. how to select relevant indicators for different circular
    scenarios
  • User guide for decision taking
    to provide assistance when trade offs become apparent

What you give

  • Attendance to webinar
  • Test out the database,
    guide, and procedure
    within your company
  • Fill in feedback forms
    after use of the
    database, guide and
    procedure
    within six weeks after the
    webinar, online form
  • Available for follow-up
    interview
    when applicable

Join our webinars:
June 17th, 10:00-11:30 (CET)
August 19th, 14:00 – 15:30 (CET)
September 12th, 14:00-15:30 (CET)

 

WP2
Business models for Circular Economy (CE)
Contact: Marina de Pádua Pieroni, mdpp@mek.dtu.dk

WP2 aims to support business model innovation driven by CE
principles and thinking. It provides a tool to support decisionmaking
in companies for sensing and making sense of CE
opportunities, and designing CE-oriented business models with
systemic value concepts.

What you get

  • A tool / configurator for planning of
    CE scenarios
    incl. simulating their economic & resource
    productivity potential
  • Webinar outlining the rationale behind
    tools & explaining how to use them
    incl. tips & tricks
  • User guide describing how to use the
    tool / configurator
    e.g. guidelines for applying the tool integrated with
    the innovation process
  • Q&A time with the researcher who
    developed the tools

What you give

  • Attendance to webinar
  • Apply the tools within
    your company
  • Fill in feedback forms
    after use of the tools
    within six weeks after the
    webinar, online form
  • Participate in follow-up
    interview
    ± 1h.

Join our webinars:
12th June at 10:00 (CET)
18th September at 10:00 (CET)
2h + 30 min questions

 

WP3
Circular product design and development
Contact: Sasha Shahbazi, sasha.shahbazi@ri.se

WP3 helps with understanding where and how in your current design
processes circular economy considerations can be implemented,
through the support of circular product design guidelines.

What you get

  • Tools and guidelines for supporting
    circular product development
  • Webinar outlining the rationale behind
    tools + explaning how to use them
    incl. tips & tricks
  • User instructions describing how to
    use the tools
    e.g. guidelines for applying the tool integrated with
    the innovation process
  • Q&A time with the researcher who
    developed the tools

What you give

  • Attendance to webinar
  • Apply the tools within
    your company
    This means to take one of your
    products or product groups and
    discussing what guidelines could
    apply to your context
  • Fill in feedback forms
    after use of the tools
    within six weeks after the
    webinar, online form
  • Participate in follow-up
    discussion
    ± 1h.

Join our webinars:
June 2019
Nov 2019

 

WP5
Closing the product cycle
Contact: Jutta Hildenbrand, jutta.hildenbrand@ri.se

WP5 aims to identify options and requirements to create attractive
high-quality products, components and materials from discarded but
valuable items. WP5 supports finding end-of-life and end-of-use
options for resources by identifying suitable closed-loop systems for
existing products and for a prospective future systems compatible with
circular economy.

What you get

  • Inspiration for closing the loop
    with ‘wow effect’
  • Tools for a systematic approch
    to identifying and evaluating
    end-of-use and end-of-life
    options based on:
    Increased knowledge about feasibility
    and requirements
    Identification of barriers and drivers
  • Webinar outlining the tools
  • User guide for use the tools
  • Q&A time with the researcher
    who developed the tools

What you give

  • Attendance to webinar
  • Apply the tools within your
    Company
  • Fill in feedback forms after
    use of the tools
    within six weeks after the webinar,
    online form
  • Participate in follow-up
    interview ± 1h
  • Examples to elaborate and
    discuss

Join our webinars:
June 5 at 10:00 inspiration
September 4 at 10:00 evaluation

 

WP6
Design and development of Circular Value Chains
Contact: Fenna Blomsma, fblo@mek.dtu.dk

This WP helps you in identifying the key relationships that need
redesigning to enable your circular solution. It will support you in
exploring and planning the “how” of the envisioned change, as well
as the “who” needs to be involved to implement it. From customers,
to suppliers, to other stakeholders that play an important role.

What you get

  • Webinar outlining the rationale
    behind the process and
    explaning the tools
    incl. tips & tricks for conducting the process
  • User guide describing the process
    steps and use of the tools
  • Access to materials for conducting
    the process
    e.g. worksheets, customisable slide set for use
    in your process
  • Q&A time with the researcher who
    developed the approach

What you give (± 20 hrs)

  • Attendance to webinar
    Apply the tools within
    your company
  • Fill in feedback forms
    after application of the
    approach and tools
    before the end of October
  • Available for follow-up
    interview
    e.g. how was the approach used and
    customised, what were the
    experiences during the process and
    how is the Company using the
    outputs

Join our webinar:
10th of September 14:00 (CET)
(±2hr + 30min Q&A)