As part of the Amsterdam Circular Strategy, the City has set clear targets to halve the use of new raw materials by 2030 and to become a fully circular city by 2050. These targets bring challenges to the table when it comes to managing MKI-data (environmental costs calculation, focusing on CO2 emissions) from their construction procurement.
This video from the Start-up in Residency program outlines how Circularise partnered with the City of Amsterdam to increase traceability and transparency throughout their construction procurement process.
During this project Circularise joins forces with a concrete product company and a company that recycles workwear into polymer infrastructure elements. Circularise’s software solution ensures that both of these materials are traced end-to-end throughout the supply chain and that information can be shared without risking sensitive data. This supports the goal of the City of Amsterdam to create a standard for gathering procurement environmental impact insights from the upstream supply chain, without compromising confidential data of anyone involved.
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