With this initiative, the provinces of Zeeland, Noord-Brabant, Overijssel and Noord-Holland want to offer buyers an overview of biobased products that have been produced in the Netherlands and are already commercially available.
Public and corporate procurement officers can use the new database as a tool to meet sustainability targets in their tenders. Suppliers can enter their bio-based products into the new database free of charge.
Three parties are responsible for the course, the quality and the long-term operation of the database: the Circular Biobased Delta Foundation, the Centre of Expertise Biobased Economy and publisher Performis BV.
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