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Developing enhanced landfill mining as a transition experiment: context, framing, methodology, questions

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In 2006, the Flemish government (Belgium) and the Flemish waste agency OVAM decided to start a transition process in sustainable materials management, called Plan C. Plan C developed together with a diverse stakeholders group a vision or ‘leitbild’ for a transition towards sustainable material management in Flanders. In the last year, Plan C designed also a methodology to support transition experiments from idea, to proof-of-concept and eventually to transition. This paper aims to give a general view on the discussion on transition innovation in Flanders and how Plan C is positioning itself within the innovation environment of Flanders. Moreover, the paper will discuss the case of enhanced landfill mining as a potential experiment of Plan C. Whether a pilot-project of enhanced landfill mining will contribute to transition in materials management in Flanders will depend on how the experiment is embedded in the social-economic innovation networks and how the project is able to integrate close-the-loop solutions in its integral value model.

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Paredis, Erik, Walter Tempst, and Johan Moyersoen. 2010. “Developing Enhanced Landfill Mining as a Transition Experiment: Context, Framing, Methodology, Questions.” In Symposium on Enhanced Landfill Mining (ELFM), Proceedings Paper.
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Paredis, E., Tempst, W., & Moyersoen, J. (2010). Developing enhanced landfill mining as a transition experiment: context, framing, methodology, questions. Symposium on Enhanced Landfill Mining (ELFM), Proceedings Paper. Presented at the 1st Int. Symposium on Enhanced Landfill Mining and the transition to Sustainable Materials Management.
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Paredis E, Tempst W, Moyersoen J. Developing enhanced landfill mining as a transition experiment: context, framing, methodology, questions. Symposium on Enhanced Landfill Mining (ELFM), Proceedings Paper. 2010.
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Paredis, Erik, Walter Tempst, and Johan Moyersoen. “Developing Enhanced Landfill Mining as a Transition Experiment: Context, Framing, Methodology, Questions.” Symposium on Enhanced Landfill Mining (ELFM), Proceedings Paper. 2010. Print.
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  abstract     = {In 2006, the Flemish government (Belgium) and the Flemish waste agency OVAM decided to start a transition process in sustainable materials management, called Plan C. 
Plan C developed together with a diverse stakeholders group a vision or {\textquoteleft}leitbild{\textquoteright} for a transition towards sustainable material management in Flanders. In the last year, Plan C designed also a methodology to support transition experiments from idea, to proof-of-concept and eventually to transition. This paper aims to give a general view on the discussion on transition innovation in Flanders and how Plan C is positioning itself within the innovation environment of Flanders. Moreover, the paper will discuss the case of enhanced landfill mining as a potential experiment of Plan C. Whether a pilot-project of enhanced landfill mining will contribute to transition in materials management in Flanders will depend on how the experiment is embedded in the social-economic innovation networks and how the project is able to integrate close-the-loop solutions in its integral value model.},
  author       = {Paredis, Erik and Tempst, Walter and Moyersoen, Johan},
  booktitle    = {Symposium on Enhanced Landfill Mining (ELFM), Proceedings Paper},
  isbn         = {9789081615006},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Houthalen-Helchteren},
  pages        = {11},
  title        = {Developing enhanced landfill mining as a transition experiment: context, framing, methodology, questions},
  year         = {2010},
}