Holland Circular Hotspot

Taiwan Circular Economy Network and Holland Circular Hotspot sign Memorandum of Understanding

Today a Memorandum of Understanding was signed during the Holland Circular Economy Week at Rijkswaterstaat’s the LEF Future Centre by Freek van Eijk, Director Holland Circular Hotspot and Hui-Ling (Shadow) Chen, CEO Taiwan Circular Economy Network (TCEN) .

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Press release

Utrecht, June 14 2018

Today two Memoranda of Understanding were signed during Holland Circular Hotspot’s Holland Circular Economy Week at Rijkswaterstaat’s the LEF Future Centre in Utrecht.

Freek van Eijk, Director Holland Circular Hotspot and Hui-Ling (Shadow) Chen, CEO Taiwan Circular Economy Network (TCEN) signed a Memorandum of Understanding to enforce their relationship. TCEN visited the Holland Circular Economy Week with 34 delegates. From now on they will share, amongst others, tools, insights and best practices in the field of business, government and knowledge. Also they will align events and exchange market opportunities. Delegates came to the Netherlands with the ambition to help to accelerate the transition towards a Circular Economy as an alternative to a traditional linear economy. This MoU is the next step in already a long period of collaboration.

Both initiatives show the ambition to help to accelerate the transition towards a Circular Economy. A circular economy is an alternative to a traditional linear economy (make, use, dispose) in which we keep resources in use for as long as possible, extract the maximum value from them whilst in use, then recover and regenerate products and materials at the end of their life.

Another MoU was signed between five European circular hotspots.

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Holland Circular Hotspot

www.hollandcircularhotspot.nl
Stéphanie Schuitemaker

Stephanie.schuitemaker@hollandcircularhotspot.nl

Tel: +31644752270