Boosting industry engagement in green procurement

European Erasmus+ project that aims to support companies participation in Green Public Procurement

Green Procurement will open a new market for your company while support the transition to a circular economy

Green and circular public procurement skills enhance the production standard, thus increasing competitiveness in international markets

To successfully implement green and circular procurement, employees must obtain appropriate practical skills, knowledge, and access to information

Green and circular public procurement is a key tool to boost SMEs and large companies to achieve a circular transition and to develop circular solutions

Discover resources materials to boost SMEs knowledge on Green and Circular Public Procurement

Project Objectives

GREENER aims to support companies' participation in Green Public Procurement


Improve the skills of procurers and administrative profiles focusing on SMEs, with regard to GPP criteria, including ecolabels, material passports, product eco-design and design for recyclability, extended producer responsibility, waste prevention, packaging material and sharing, collaborative economy, reuse, and refurbishment


Enhancing the responsiveness of curricula of traditional profiles, such as administrative professionals working in SMEs tendering departments, to the future demand of skills (upskilling – reskilling training path)


Improve regional actors’ readiness and create knowledge awareness on the influence of green public procurement on the adoption of sustainable consumption and production patterns by businesses operating in the region

Green public procurement

Green Public Procurement (GPP) is defined as "a process whereby public authorities seek to procure goods, services and works with a reduced environmental impact throughout their life cycle when compared to goods, services and works with the same primary function that would otherwise be procured.


The project consortium is formed by six different organizations that reach both industry and academic perspectives of public procurement processes. It encompasses organizations from four european countries: Bulgaria, Belgium, Italy and Spain.

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