• Thursday, November 7, 2024
  • 14:00 - 17:30
  • Memo
  • Diotallevi 1 Room South Hall
  • Italian
  • organized by Ecomondo STC & Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, ENEA (Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development)

The event will focus on measuring the circular economy, a topic that is increasingly felt at different levels: system, sector, enterprise, and product. Following the success of the 2022 and 2023 initiatives, this year's workshop will look at the evolution of circularity measurement considering both the development of national and international legislation standards and the diffusion of experiences in the different sectors.

In particular this year focus will be on methods and processes to measure circularity of products and services, by using innovative tools based on check-up approaches as well as LCA-based circularity indicators.
The workshop aims to present an overview of the different international and national approaches and then explore the usefulness of measurement with companies and associations that have applied the different approaches and can contribute to the refinement of the available tools.

Session Chairs

Marco Frey, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies
Claudia Brunori, ENEA (Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development) - Department of Productive and Territorial Systems Sustainability


14.00-14.20 Introduction to the evolution of approaches and experiences in the area of circularity measurement
Marco Frey, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies

Session on
The evolution of national and international initiatives related to measurement in the circular economy

14.20-14.40 The framework of UNI, EN and ISO standards for the circular economy. Applications at product&service level.
Laura Cutaia, ENEA – UNI/CT 057 chair

14.40-15.00 The point of view of the European Commission
Mauro Cordella, DG Environment

15.00-15.20 How we can measure product circularity
Fabio Iraldo, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies

15.20-15.35 Circularity approaches in a PNRR Project (GRINS)
Bruno Notarnicola, Università di Bari

15.35-15.50 Public funding and circularity measurement in the research and innovation field
Enrico Cancila, Arter

15.50-16.05 The regenerative experience of Itelyum
Marco Codognola, Itelyum

16.05-16.20 The experience of the electrical equipment
Stefano Zuin, Electrolux

16.20-16.35 The experience of Brembo
Luca Pirastu, Brembo (TBC)

16.35-16.50 One protagonist of the the Ecocerved Project
Marco Botteri

16.50-17.05 The experience of ENI
Paola Volpe, Eni

17.05-17.20 The experience of Assofond
Speaker (TBD)

17.20-17.30 Discussion and closure by the Chairs