End of international project FACET
After three years the international project FACET is ending. During our project, we achieved some great results that we want to share with others.
Look at our project results from over the last three years.
Find out more about FACET by reading our final newsletter.
Recommendations for a more circular future
What changes are needed for more circularity in tourism? During our project we made some recommendations towards a more circular tourism sector
A guide to help develop circular projects
ADEME created a practical guide to help tourism stakeholders develop touristic territorial ecology (TTE) projects.
It is no more difficult than conventional building
The Biobased Beleven building is a special eye-catcher on the site at the Kleverkerkseweg in Middelburg. It is circularly built with as many biobased materials as possible. Maarten de Hollander, architect and researcher, tells more about it.
Examples of circular business solutions
Entrepreneurs face the important challenge to use materials in a sustainable way. But how does that work? Look at the business models of entrepreneurs to see how.
Project video's - summaries
In these videos, we tell you more about the FACET project and the contribution of each project partner
On 7 December, we proudly presented our results and gave a recommendation for the future. Did you miss this livestream? Then watch the stream back at your convenience.
Invitation final conference
We would like to invite you to our final conference!
Publication new White paper on accelerating the adoption of a CE in the tourism and leisure sector
A new white paper has been published under 'resources'
Festive opening bio circular accommodation
On Thursday 17 November, the HZ University of Applied Sciences is organizing a festive opening of their pilot building
Construction Bio-based accommodation
The construction of FACET pilot HZ University of Applied Sciences started.
Publication of informative 2-pagers
Read more about knowledge gained within the FACET project.
How local authorities can support small-medium size tourism enterprises in coastal destinations in six strategic steps. Read our white paper
BottleShipsGY installed in Great Yarmouth, Hemsby and Gorleston
The Bottleships are aimed at encouraging beachgoers to dispose of their plastic drinks bottles correctly, preventing them from entering the sea.
Partner meeting Great Yarmouth
Last week all projectpartners got together in Great Yarmouth.
Introduction on the go recycling
Thanks to funding from the FACET project, increasing bin capacity along Great Yarmouth Seafront has begun.
FACET partnermeeting Flushing
Last week all partners came together to share the knowledge and inspiration gained during our project on circularity in the tourism sector.
Curious about our findings? Read our newsletter and keep up-to-date!
Article NRIT trend report
The Netherlands Research Institute for Recreation and Tourism published an article about FACET
On November 8, 9 and 10 of this year, several online cross-border value chain meetings took place. The meetings were organised by the partners in the international Interreg 2 Seas project FACET.
Entrepreneurs practice with circular solutions
During coaching sessions experts guided entrepreneurs towards the circular solutions that fit their specific needs and business.
6-step CE Strategic Framework
A 6-step CE Strategic Framework that would help local authorities to stimulate tourism and hospitality SME’s to adopt CE Solutions:
Pilot showcase circular accommodation
In July, the circular dike suites opened at Camping & Villapark de Paardekreek, one of the partners in project FACET.
Businesses thinking circular in Norfolk
Norfolk County Council and Great Yarmouth Borough Council have been busily engaging with local businesses in different coastal resorts throughout the Borough.
Hemsby Community Cup
A reusable cup pilot known as the “Hemsby Cup”.
A project group of five fourth-year students from the engineering program at the HZ University of Applied Sciences are working on the construction of a biobased experience building.
Territorial touristic ecology in Hauts-de-France
Territorial Touristic Ecology (TTE) is a way of looking at circular touristic entrepreneurship.
Circular online about FACET
On December 14, 2021 Circular Online published a article about our project!
New tool! Practical toolkit circularity
In the tools section of this website we have added a new tool for entrepreneurs in the tourism sector in Zeeland.
6 practical examples of circular entrepreneurship
The booklet “Circular entrepreneurship: from residual flow to added value” from Symbiosis4Growth examines 6 practical examples of successful implementations of circular practices
Communicating waste processing
How do you communicate your circular economy efforts to your guests?
On the news: Opening Circular dike suites
The circular dike suites of Camping & Villapark de Paardekreek are open!
The FACET survey on Circular adoption and motivation is ready for you to complete!
Update pilot Paardekreek
The pilot demonstrating viability of circular tourism accommodation has been updated!
Beach pavilions are smart with waste: coffee grounds come back as a croquette
Six beach pavilions in Schouwen-Duiveland are looking into circular ways to reduce and recycle their waste.
We published our first newsletter!
Subscribe to our newsletter and stay informed about the activity, insights and learinings in the Interreg 2 Seas project FACET.
The Biobased building research group also joined the FACET project as project partner from 1 January 2021.
Value chain meetings: Last year partners Westtoer and Impuls Zeeland organized several circular value chain meetings.
Smart bin technology
English partner Norfolk County Council (NCC) and Great Yarmouth Borough Council focused in 2020 on developing good strategic connections with their potential stakeholders and Smart Bins.
University of Greenwich is currently researching the motivations & barriers for entrepreneurs who want to start circular practices.
One of the goals within the FACET project is to facilitate the development of circular economy communities.
One of the Dutch partners in the Interreg 2 Seas project FACET is camping and villaparc the Paardekreek. They started with the circular building of dike suites.
Value chain meeting
Last week NV Economische Impuls Zeeland organised a second expertmeeting for campsites and restaurants which was guided by Twigt-om and ZMf.
Animation FACET project
The European FACET Interreg 2 seas project supports entrepreneurs in shifting from a linear to a circular economy in the tourism sector.