This event in cooperation with Effizienz-Agentur NRW is aimed at the German-speaking community and wants to inform companies from the Aachen region and of course the entire Meuse-Rhine region.
Waste streams are not always easy to identify, let alone evaluate. That is why Wanderful.stream offers a team of experts, from material technologists and engineers to professional designers and business developers. Their goal? To take steps together towards a circular economy and above all to stimulate innovation, because new products or new ideas are never invented by one person, but by a team. The LEROMA platform shows how residual streams can be marketed in a targeted way by building a digital bridge between traders in food raw materials and food producers.
If you want to take concrete steps towards a circular economy, the question is not so much what this European project can do for your company, but how far you dare to go. It is about seizing opportunities, responding to change and being open to improvement. This project goes far beyond consultancy and coaching – the value can be up to €20,000 – it really helps innovation,” says Sara Gilissen, project manager of Wanderful.stream. “When design, technology and business experts take a close look at your residual streams, it not only increases your opportunities for innovation, but also your economic potential.”