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Newsletter 7/2014

Re-use EVENT:

CERREC project final conference in Prague

The final conference of the CERREC project “Re-use in Central Europe – From Policy to Practice” was held on the 4th of November 2014 in Prague. The main aim of this conference was to present not only the current achievements reached within the CERREC project but also to focus on persisting challenges within the repair and re-use sector. In total more than 120 participants from various backgrounds decided to attend. news7
Matthias Neitch (RepaNet) giving his presentation at the conference, Prague (2014)


Re-use activities:

Diverse options to foster re-use. CERREC project pilot activities

During the CERREC project implementation we have seen several interesting pilot activities emerging in Central European cities and regions. For those who did not take part at the projects final conference (where we presented eight of them) we bring you short summary of selected initiatives from Hungary, Italy, Slovakia and Czechia. news5
E-reuse project, Budapest, Hungary (2014)


Recent in the project:

Final General Transnational Meeting of CERREC

After more than 3.5 years the Central Europe Project CERREC is coming to an end. The last months and years passed by quickly. At the final General Transnational meeting all nine project partners were looking back to a very successful implementation of project. news3
General Transnational meeting, Prague, Czech Republic (2014)



Interview with stakeholder from Polish pilot activities

An interview with Daniel Brożek, a President of the Occupational Therapy Workshops in Kowalewo Pomorskie, a division of the Society of Children’s Friends of Toruń, which is a partner of the Marshal’s Office in CERREC Project – Central Europe Repair & Re-use Centres and Networks. Daniel Brożek tells us, why it is worth repairing and re-using electrical and electronic equipment and other things. news2
Daniel Brożek, a President of the Occupational Therapy Workshops in Kowalewo Pomorskie


Re-use platform:

The Transnational Exchange Platform

The Transnational Exchange Platform is one of the core output of the CERREC – Central Europe Repair and Re-Use Centres and Networks Project.

The very first nucleus of the platform was created in 2012 with the acquisition of the domain Over the months, thanks to the cooperation with project partners and the support of technical web experts, PP6 has produced the first draft of the platform, submitted to the partnership for comments and suggestions.

Website of the Transnational exchange platform, CERREC project (2014)


Project team

Leadpartner and financial management
Municipal Waste Management Association Mid-Tyrol (ATM);
Schwaz, Austria
Contact: Christian Leonhartsberger;
Phone: +435 242 624 00-26

Project coordinator and Repair and Reuse networks and centres
BAN Sozialökonomische BetriebsgmbH (BAN);
Contact: Sandra Meier;
Phone: +43 (0)316 71 23 09

Communication, knowledge management and dissemination
CZ Biom – Czech Biomass
Praha, Czech Republic
Contact: Jan Doležal;
Phone: +420 773 796 380

Stakeholder participation
Bay Zoltán Nonprofit Ltd.;
Miscolc, Hungary
Contact: Zsolt István;
Phone: +36 46 560-119

Quality management and accreditati on system of re-use networks and centres
bag Arbeit e.V (bag Arbeit);
Berlin, Germany
Contact: Alina Simon;
Phone: +49(0) 30 28 30 58 10

Transnational exchange platform for repair and reuse
LAMORO Development agency
(LAMORO); Asti , Italy
Contact: Sonia Abluton;
Phone: +390 141 532  516

Other partners

Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodeship; Torún, Poland
Contact: Dorota Olga Olszewska;
Phone: +48 566 218 505

Province of Rimini; Rimini, Italy Contact: Emilio Urbinati;
Phone: +390 541 716 363

Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (STU Bratislava);
Bratislava, Slovakia
Contact: Peter Križan;
Phone: +421 57 29 65 37

CERREC This project is implemented through the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme co-fi nanced by the ERDF.

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