An open-source platform
for mapping public waste data
as the essential trigger for a Circular Economy
to support Circular Economy
with effective policies.
Businesses cannot find or trade waste materials
in the right amount and quality.
Product and urban designers
fail in providing realistic circular solutions
as too few successful precedents exist.
Waste data is collected by
public authorities solely for monitoring purposes
without valorizing its full potential.
We take this data out of the drawer,
and embed it in geographic space tracing
the flows from the waste producer
to the treatment or the eventual disposal locations.
Therefore geoFluxus can:
assess circularity on different spatial levels:
country | region | municipality | neighbourhood | district
match companies to nearby secondary raw materials
according to the necessary quality, quantity and type
assess the impacts of circular designs using site-specific data:
life cycle | material flow | environmental impact
We are a spin-off of an academic project at the Delft University of Technology, in the Netherlands.
We have successfully implemented our project prototype
in collaboration with the local governments in:
the Netherlands | Amsterdam
Italy | Naples, Trento
Poland | Lodz and Katowice
Belgium | Ghent
Germany | Hamburg
Spain | Bilbao
Slovenia | Maribor
Hungary | Pecs
Croatia | Umag
- platform developers
we aim to upscale the platform to include broader geographical and material range,
improve user friendliness, interoperability and analytical capabilities
- data hosts
we use technological solutions to take care of data sensitivity and legislative agreements
we provide training to our platform users to get the most [circular solutions] out of it
Our goal is to become a one-stop-shop for
facilitating business matchmaking,
providing worldwide circularity indicators and
conducting spatial material flow assessment.
We want to democratise public waste flow data,
create new business opportunities and accelerate the
transition towards the circular economy with the largest
possible environmental benefits.