20 May 2021

CEPS is hosting a Partner Event at the EU Green Week 2021

Traceability across circular value chains


CEPS is pleased to announce the hosting of a Partner Event to this year’s edition of the EU Green Week. The EU Green Week is Europe’s biggest annual conference on environment policy. Organised by the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Environment, this key event in the environment policy calendar attracts policy makers, leading environmentalists, stakeholders and other interested parties from across Europe and around the globe.

The 2021 edition of the EU Green Week is dedicated to the “zero pollution” ambition. It will also look at other relevant European Green Deal initiatives, such the climate initiatives and the upcoming Chemicals Strategy, as well as initiatives in the fields of energy, industry, mobility, agriculture, fisheries, health and biodiversity.

CEPS is contributing to the ambition of the EU Green Week 2021 by organizing a circular economy webinar entitled “Traceability across circular value chains: How to unlock its potential and mitigate challenges?” on 10 June, at 11 AM (CEST). The webinar addresses how the lack of visibility regarding flows of materials and their sustainability impact can limit opportunities for a circular economy. The objective of this event is to discuss available traceability solutions that can be used by companies and customers to have a better picture of products and materials. The discussion will focus on the existing challenges and the policies that are needed to further boost such solutions for circular economy business models.

Want to join the discussion? Visit our event page and sign up.

We’re looking forward to see you on 10 June.

The webinar is part of the project CIRC4Life – “A circular economy approach for lifecycles of products and services” – is an international collaborative innovation project developing business models along the product value chains for co-creation of products/services, sustainable consumption, and collaborative recycling and reuse.


The CIRC4Life project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 776503.