Feasibility studies

Feasibility studies

Transferring good practices in other cities and regions

One of the objectives of Pre-waste is the exchange of waste prevention good practices among its partners. In a first step, they compiled detailed factsheets on more than 50 successful ideas, projects and campaigns. From this collection, each partner selected at least one good practice they wish to transfer to their territory. However, as the local situation can differ greatly from the one territory to another, it is necessary to first conduct a so-called feasibility study.

A feasibility study examines the viability of an initiative with an emphasis on identifying potential problems, in order to include it in local waste prevention strategies. All Pre-waste partners (except ACR+, which is not related to one specific city or region) are developing feasibility studies on one or several good practice of their choice: