Seminar with City of Copenhagen
27. april 11.3O AM - 2.OO PM

#regulations #sorting #reuseandrecycling

Circular textiles in a danish context - new perspectives and experiences

As part of the LOOP – Waste to Resources’ conference, the City of Copenhagen will host a seminar on circular textiles. At this seminar you will learn more on the results from the city’s ambitious value chain partnership “ReYarn” and listen to the debate on what the future will bring.

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Day 2 - 28 april 2O22

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Circular textiles in a danish context - new perspective and experiences

11.3O – 11.4O Welcome
Camilla Bjerre, Executive Director, The Technical and Environmental Administration, City of Copenhagen

11.4O – 11.55 Textiles in a European context
What are the main issues with textile waste and circularity? And how does the new EU-textile strategy deal with them?
Lars Mortensen, Products & Plastics Expert, European Environment Agency

11.55 – 12.1O  Standards for circular textiles
Experts are working on common European standards for the circular transition of the textile sector. How far along are they and what are the main issues?
Berit Holbech Asmussen, Chief consultant, Dansk Standard

12.1O – 12.25 The regulatory framework around the handling of textiles in the City of Copenhagen
Which requirements are currently setting the scene for Danish municipalities and how are textiles expected to be handled in the future? New conditions are tested via the innovation platform Circular Copenhagen.
Tina Winberg, Project manager and Jonas Mortensen, Project Director, The Technical and Environmental Administration, City of Copenhagen


The ReYarn partnership – circular textiles in a Danish municipal context

12.25 – 12.35  The ReYarn partnership – who, what and why?
Background, vision, and most important results
Nikola Kiørboe, Advisor, Revaluate

12.35 – 13.05  Panel discussion:
Collection and sorting for reuse and recycling

Panel:
Ergün Arkin, Production Manager, Trasborg,
Jette Skov, Head of CSR and Marketing, Frelsens Hær
Kimberley van Der
Wal, Director of Business Development, Wolkat

Facilitated by: Nikola Kiørboe, Advisor, Revaluate

13.O5 – 13.15  Break

13.15 – 13.5O  Panel discussion:
Circular products and public market creation

Panel:
Lena Riechert Evald, CSR Advisor, CSR and procurement law, City of Copenhagen
Marie Budtz, Head of CSR and Sustainability, Bacher Workwear
Kimberley van Der Wal, Director of Business Development, Wolkat
Berit Holbech Asmussen, Chief consultant, Dansk Standard
Mette Julie Bundgaard-Nielsen, Designer MA – Kolding Design School

Facilitated by: Kerli Kant Hvass, Advisor, Revaluate

13.5O – 14.OO   Reflections and closing
Reflections and vision for the future in the City of Copenhagen
Tina Winberg, Project manager and Jonas Mortensen, Project Director, The Technical and Environmental Administration, City of Copenhagen
Lena Riechert Evald, CSR Advisor, CSR and procurement lawCity of Copenhagen

LIST OF SPEAKERS IN THIS SESSION

  • Camilla Bjerre, Executive Director, The Technical and Environmental Administration, City of Copenhagen
  • Lars Mortensen, Products & Plastics Expert, European Environment Agency
  • Tina Winberg, Project manager, The Technical and Environmental Administration, City of Copenhagen
  • Ergün Arkin, Production Manager, Trasborg
  • Jette Skov, Head of CSR and Marketing, Frelsens Hær
  • Kimberley van Der Wal, Director of Business Development, Wolkat
  • Lena Riechert Evald, CSR Advisor, CSR and procurement law the, City of Copenhagen
  • Marie Budtz, Head of CSR and Sustainability, Bacher Workwear
  • Berit Holbech Asmussen, Chief consultant, Danish Standard
  • Mette Julie Bundgaard-Nielsen, Designer MA – Kolding Design School

City of Copenhagen is Core Partner at LOOP

Circular Copenhagen is an innovation platform run by the City of Copenhagen with the aim of developing tomorrow’s circular economy solutions for today's challenges. Circular Copenhagen aims to establish innovative partnerships with key, national and international, industrial and academic stakeholders focusing on advancing the circular economy in Copenhagen. ReYarn is a new partnership for circular textiles. The ReYarn project aims: to help the City of Copenhagen to prepare for the 2022 separate textile collection requirement in DK by finding sustainable and innovative solutions for treatment of textile household waste.