Examples of projects undertaken by Trinomics, ACEN and ACEN Foundation include:

Technical Assistance for the Development of an STI Led Cross-Sectoral Circular Economy Roadmap for Abating GHG Emissions in South Africa

Technical Assistance for the Development of an STI Led Cross-Sectoral Circular Economy Roadmap for Abating GHG Emissions in South Africa South Africa still operates in a linear economy, with the biggest and still growing resource-heavy industries of mining, agriculture, human settlements, manufacturing, and transport still heavily dependent on fossil fuels for energy. There are opportunities…

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Consultancy to Support the Our Blue Future Circular Economy Innovation Team

Consultancy to Support the Our Blue Future Circular Economy Innovation Team ACEN Foundation collaborated with Trinomics in a project funded by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ). Under this consultancy, the project team is providing support to the Our Blue Future’s Circular Economy Innovation team. The OBF is a Multi-Stakeholder Initiative (MSI) for a Sustainable…

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AUC Africa – Technical Assistance on Circular Economy

AUC Africa – Technical Assistance on Circular Economy The primary objective of this project was to assist the African Union Commission (AUC) in developing a comprehensive Circular Economy Action Plan (CEAP) and implementation strategy for the entire continent. Supported financially by the EU Delegation to the African Union, our project aimed to provide vision, guidance,…

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Technical Assistance to Develop Nigeria’s Circular Economy Roadmap

Technical Assistance to Develop Nigeria’s Circular Economy Roadmap The development of the circular economy in the Nigerian context has received significant attention in the past 5 years. A report funded by the European Commission that investigated the status quo of circular economy in the country as well as a scoping study that evaluated the opportunity…

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Circular Economy Market Study in Zambia

Circular Economy Market Study in Zambia This funded by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland identified and analysed potential circularity sectors that Zambia could prioritise. The three sectors identified after a sector assessment were; waste, manufacturing and agriculture. The study then developed concrete business opportunities for each of the sectors. Additionally, the study explored…

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Opportunities for the Circular Use of Agricultural Residues in Benin

Opportunities for the Circular Use of Agricultural Residues in Benin A study funded by NL – Enterprise Agency (RVO) focused on understanding the potential availability of agricultural residues in certain regions in Benin. The aim of the study was to unearth circular economy opportunities that could bring value to the region and the people. This…

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Study on Circular Economy in Tunisia

Study on Circular Economy in Tunisia How can Tunisia successfully transition to a circular economy? The objective of this study funded by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and led by Trinomics in collaboration with ASF Consulting and ACEN Foundation was to promote the understanding of the circular economy in Tunisia by; drawing up an…

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Circular Economy Action Plan and Roadmap in Ghana

Circular Economy Action Plan and Roadmap in Ghana How can Ghana successfully transition to a circular economy? In collaboration with the Government of Ghana, through the Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESTI), and the European Union Delegation in Ghana a national Circular Economy Action Plan (CEAP) has been developed. The project conducted a…

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Trade Processes for Waste and Recyclables

Trade Processes for Waste and Recyclables ACEN Foundation collaborated with Trinomics in a project funded by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH to conduct an investigation into the trade processes for waste and recyclables, one of the challenging waste streams in Africa. The project focused on Ghana and Tunisia, two countries that garnered enough…

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