At Holland Circular Hotspot we aim to share our innovations, knowledge, and experiences as well as inspire international entrepreneurs and knowledge institutions with successful circular initiatives. We have gathered almost 100 cases of Dutch circular practices.
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We will be adding new cases on a regular basis. Contact us if you have an interesting case for us.
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MycoTEX - 3D produced sustainable textiles from mushrooms roots
Mushroom roots that can be turned into sustainable and compostable garments
Schijvens - 100% recycled corporate clothing
From worn textile & plastic bottles to sustainable uniforms
Leadax - Circular building materials out of PVB-waste
Turning plastic waste into high quality waterproofing products
SEW-EURODRIVE – gearing up manufacturing
A major player in the development of motion control & industrial gearboxes.
Tarkett – Lime-based carpet tiles
Upcycling of lime from drinking water.
Schut Paper – Residual fiber as raw material
Paper that can be reused 7 times over.
Leapp - ICT refurbishment
Leapp refurbishes Apple products and offers ICT equipment with a ...
Raw Materials Scanner – key indicators on materials dependency
Sustainability risk assessments of raw materials in complex supply chains.
DyeCoo Textile Systems - Water and Chemical free textile dyeing
Textile dyeing with no water needed
The Calcite Factory - processed calcite for a Circular Face Scrub
The Calcite Factory is an innovative facility where calcite – a ...
Auping - Circular mattresses with ambition
Royal Auping is one of the Dutch leaders in circular economy
EMMA Safety Footwear – sustainable safety shoes
Fully circular line of work and safety footwear
NS Dutch railways - Circular fast track
For the past 20 years, the NS Dutch national railways’ double-decker ...
Fair Meter - Preparing for a future-proof energy transition
A fair meter is a smart energy metre, made from responsibly sourced, ...
SNEW – Adding value to waste
Planet Earth’s raw materials are running out. In 20 years’ time, over ...