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This project is implemented through the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme
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eNewsletter ACT CLEAN

ACT CLEAN is a transnational project promoted by the European Union.
This is the fifth project newsletter.

Interest in and influence of eco-innovations in SMEs

The ACT CLEAN project
supports Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) throughout Central Europe to implement eco-efficient production processes. It promotes environmental technologies and management systems by connecting demand and supply: It provides SMEs with technological and managerial know-how on one side and it facilitates the marketing of already existing solutions on the other.
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Interest in and influence of eco-innovations in SMEs in Europe and OECD
Eco-innovation is “the creation of novel and competitively priced goods, processes, systems, services, and procedures designed to satisfy human needs and provide a better quality of life for everyone with a whole-life-cycle minimal use of natural resources (materials including energy and surface area) per unit output, and a minimal release of toxic substances”. It is well-known that there are significant differences among the European Union regions...
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Interest in and influence of eco-innovations in SMEs in the Central European ACT CLEAN Countries
Please find bellow links to general and specific information, players and practical examples in specific Central European countries:
ACT CLEAN activities related to EMS tools for SMEs
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Editors: Tanja Zdolsek, Institut Jožef Stefan, Slovenia,

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