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Partnering with ECOLOGICON

As a consulting company, ECOLOGICON is involved in a variety of projects from the development phase to the implementation of ideas on resource efficiency and circular economy.
With many years of experience and in-depth expertise, ECOLOGICON is actively working to improve the circular economy worldwide.

ECOLOGICON provides support to customers from the private and the public sector worldwide in environmental consulting, product compliance, waste management and the implementation of environmental strategies. We pay special attention to electronic devices (WEEE), batteries & accumulators, textiles and packaging.

Our network partners

bvse (German Association for Secondary Raw Materials and Waste Disposal)

Association of companies active in the collection, processing, marketing, recovery, recycling and environmentally sound disposal of waste.

German RETech Partnership

Network of German companies and institutions in the waste management and recycling industry for the export of innovative technologies and the transfer of know-how.


The StEP (Solving the e-waste problem) initiative emerged in 2004 as an independent, multi-stakeholder platform for developing strategies to address all aspects of e-waste in an increasingly digitalised world. StEP applies sound scientific approaches to develop and influence solutions for the global e-waste problem along the entire life cycle of electronic equipment. The StEP initiative aims to bring about a change in awareness. Thinking and acting with regard to the recycling, reuse and avoidance of electrical and electronic equipment should be ecologically, economically and ethically appropriate.


Initiated by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), the PREVENT Waste Alliance was launched in 2019. It serves as a platform for exchange and international cooperation. Organisations from the private sector, academia, civil society and public institutions jointly engage for a circular economy. The PREVENT Waste Alliance wants to contribute to minimising waste, eliminating pollutants and maximising the reuse of resources in the economy worldwide. The PREVENT Waste Alliance is a multi-stakeholder partnership that brings together different actors from the private sector, academia, civil society and public institutions.

DGAW (German Association for Waste Management)

German association based in Berlin. The DGAW works independently of interests for its members and industry players and serves as a contact for poitics for issues on the circular economy.

Umweltcluster Bayern (Cluster of Environmental Technologies Bavaria)

Network of the Bavarian environmental industry. In close collaboration with politics, research, science and business, its work focuses on the transfer, education and strengthening of cooperations.

ReUse e.V.

Association of companies, institutions and private individuals who are committed to the reuse of products. The association maintains contacts with politics, authorities and various political decision-makers in order to participate in the shaping of laws and regulations. The members of the association are committed to the quality and reparability of products that are durable and easily to be repaired (saving resources). Their commitment is intended to strongly influence the opinion of consumers and producers towards the reuse of products.


The Industry Council for Electronic Equipment Recycling (ICER) is the industry body that represents the electronic equipment (EEE) and waste electronic equipment (WEEE) sector. Members include producers of electronic and electrical equipment, compliance schemes, waste management companies, treatment facilities and recyclers. It is the forum for industry to work together with government and regulators on WEEE policy and implementation.

Hong Kong Waste Management Association

As a registered association, the Hong Kong Waste Management Association (HKWMA) is the leading organisation representing waste management and environmental industry professionals in Hong Kong. HKWMA actively represents all interests in the areas represented by their members. Members include government officials, consultants, contractors, and academica both locally and internationally.


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