Woodcircles will demonstrate the circularity potential of the solutions developed in three pilot European cities: Turin (Italy), Tartu (Estonia), and Rotterdam (Netherlands).
Thanks to the project, cities will identify intervention models and test specific solutions to valorise wood used in construction that is currently not recycled.
Turin is the capital of the Piedmont region and one of Italy’s most economically important cities. It is a vibrant hub of innovation and fully engaged in valorising its assets by promoting sustainable and inclusive policies towards its ecological transition.
Tartu has a rich history and cultural heritage, and an inventive and creative future. The city’s aim is to be part of the global economy and culture, but at the same time maintain the city’s core values – cooperation, innovation, greenery, compactness, safety and sustainability.
Rotterdam is a dynamic city in the Netherlands, known as the gateway to Europe. With its bustling port and pioneering spirit, it is a hub of economic activity and cultural diversity. The city is committed to sustainability, promoting green initiatives and creating an inclusive and liveable environment for its residents.