Sustainability challenges on campus

From waste management to material flow management

Wageningen Campus is continuously trying to become more sustainable. Multiple initiatives on campus are working on some form of material flow management, which work towards the goal of becoming as sustainable as possible on campus. On February 2, several speakers will showcase their research, solution or product. If you're interested in the topic, and/or want to connect with other interested people, don't hesitate to join us to talk about these challenges!

Organised by Wageningen University & Research

Thu 2 February 2023 16:00 to 18:00

Venue Impulse, building number 115


15.45 - Walk-in
16.00 - Introduction by Erik Mulder Smit, Value Creation WUR


  • Rachel Looijenga, Consultant Circular Solutions at Witteveen+Bos & Focco Ottens, Project manager 'Zero Waste' at PreZero about their innovative partnership on material flow management.
  • Wouter van Leeuwen, Energy Coordinator at WUR about usage and reduction of energy on labs.
  • Joke Luttik about the LEAF project. LEAF aims to promote sustainability in the research done by WUR, focusing on reducing the resource (materials/energy) usage of the different laboratories and the waste generated by them.

17.15 - Networking drinks
18.00 - End