Here you will find all of our news-posts from the project.
The Living Lab in St. Petersburg has become a center for sustainable environmental cooperation.
Living lab is a method for co-creating user-driven innovation. It is about bringing lot of actors with different perspectives on a development process to co-create knowledge in a real-life context.
On 26 May 2021, two Interreg Baltic Sea Region projects, the “BIS – Baltic Industrial Symbiosis” project and the “BalticBiomass4Value” project, in collaboration with the Nordic Council of Ministers Offices in the Baltic States, held a virtual roadshow of industrial symbiosis and bio-based business models.
The screening tool can guide industrial symbiosis facilitators through the screening process.
Guide for Industrial Symbiosis facilitators is a tool or a practical advice on how to create and facilitate an Industrial Symbiosis.
The focus of the 3rd meeting in the BSR Industrial Symbiosis Council was on how the municipalities play an important role in creating the best possible physical conditions and institutional framework for successful industrial symbiosis.
A first step towards a potential symbiotic cooperation
This week, Symbiosis Center Denmark has participated in the XVth session of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme Stakeholder Dialogue.
Fifteen representatives from twelve different Danish organisations were gathered virtually in a ZOOM auditorium to participate in the training program on Industrial Symbiosis.
St. Petersburg State Geological Unitary Enterprise “Specialised firm “Mineral” has issued a special edition of “Environment in Sankt-Petersburg” magazine dedicated to Industrial Symbiosis.