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The Zero Waste Masterplan: Startup Toolkit

Publication Type:

Report

Authors:

Source:

For European city planners, policy-makers & community leaders, Zero Waste Europe (2017)

URL:

http://zerowastecities.eu/masterplan/

Abstract:

The Masterplan contains all of the information you need to start implementing zero waste projects today

Map and understand

This section of the Zero Waste Cities Masterplan is about understanding where your city is right now. Where the existing trends in city planning and management are going. And what obligations and requirements there are for your city coming from the European legislative arena. Once you have a clear grasp of the situation in your city it becomes far easier to implement effective zero waste programmes and projects.

The current modules in this section are:

  • Tool MU1 – 10 Questions to get you started
  • Tool MU2 – Starting point for your roadmap
  • In focus: Zero Waste vs. the old way: What the data says
  • Tool MU3 – Understand the benefits of Zero Waste
  • Tool MU4 – The new European waste legislation

Learn

The next stage of the Zero Waste Cities Masterplan takes a deep-dive look at what it means to “go Zero Waste”, what the guiding principles of Zero Waste Cities are and how you can begin to take the first steps towards this goal. The ‘Learn’ section of the masterplan aims to give you all the knowledge that you need to fully understand and promote zero waste strategies, goals and practices.

The current modules in this section are:

  • Tool L1 – The Zero Waste commitment in practice
  • Tool L2 – The Zero Waste hierarchy
  • Tool L3 – Zero Waste guiding principles
  • In focus: Waste prevention in practice
  • In focus: Energy & Waste

Set the stage

By this point you already have a clear understanding of what Zero Waste means, and how you can begin to implement it in your city. But how do you build the citizen engagement, community buy-in and team of experts which you need to make such a project successful. This section of the Zero Waste Cities Masterplan takes a look at how you can communicate the Zero Waste Cities strategy to your wider constituents, and begin to put together a Zero Waste ‘dream team’ to implement your plan.

The current modules in this section are:

  • Tool S1 – Narratives citizens will understand
  • Tool S2 – Ten punchlines for your campaign
  • Tool S3 – Building your Zero Waste ‘dream team’

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The Masterplan contains all of the information you need to start implementing zero waste projects today

Map and understand

This section of the Zero Waste Cities Masterplan is about understanding where your city is right now. Where the existing trends in city planning and management are going. And what obligations and requirements there are for your city coming from the European legislative arena. Once you have a clear grasp of the situation in your city it becomes far easier to implement effective zero waste programmes and projects.

The current modules in this section are:

  • Tool MU1 – 10 Questions to get you started
  • Tool MU2 – Starting point for your roadmap
  • In focus: Zero Waste vs. the old way: What the data says
  • Tool MU3 – Understand the benefits of Zero Waste
  • Tool MU4 – The new European waste legislation

Learn

The next stage of the Zero Waste Cities Masterplan takes a deep-dive look at what it means to “go Zero Waste”, what the guiding principles of Zero Waste Cities are and how you can begin to take the first steps towards this goal. The ‘Learn’ section of the masterplan aims to give you all the knowledge that you need to fully understand and promote zero waste strategies, goals and practices.

The current modules in this section are:

  • Tool L1 – The Zero Waste commitment in practice
  • Tool L2 – The Zero Waste hierarchy
  • Tool L3 – Zero Waste guiding principles
  • In focus: Waste prevention in practice
  • In focus: Energy & Waste

Set the stage

By this point you already have a clear understanding of what Zero Waste means, and how you can begin to implement it in your city. But how do you build the citizen engagement, community buy-in and team of experts which you need to make such a project successful. This section of the Zero Waste Cities Masterplan takes a look at how you can communicate the Zero Waste Cities strategy to your wider constituents, and begin to put together a Zero Waste ‘dream team’ to implement your plan.

The current modules in this section are:

  • Tool S1 – Narratives citizens will understand
  • Tool S2 – Ten punchlines for your campaign
  • Tool S3 – Building your Zero Waste ‘dream team’