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Online survey on resource efficiency in the Bavarian economy

Increasing Bavarian resource efficiency is an important social task. Operational efficiency gains, efforts by the public sector and changes in private consumer behavior help to decisively reduce the dependence on raw material imports and the environmental impacts associated with raw material consumption, as well as at the federal and state level to achieve formulated sustainability goals with regard to resource efficiency.

The Bavarian state government has long attached great importance to the topic and has, among other things, brought into being the project network "ForCYCLE - Bavarian raw materials transition" funded by the Bavarian State Ministry for Environment and Consumer Protection. For the continuation of this successful association and an even closer interlinking with operational practice, further research topics and requirements for resource efficiency measures are now being queried in an online survey in the Bavarian economy. The Bavarian Ministry of the Environment therefore asks all interested companies to take part in the online survey and thus contribute to the success of the project network.

A consortium consisting of the East Bavarian Technical University of Amberg-Weiden (Prof. Dr. Mario Mocker) and the Fraunhofer Institute for Environmental, Safety and Energy Technology UMSICHT, part of the Sulzbach branch, was established to design and evaluate the survey and to process the results -Rosenberg (Hon. Prof. Dr.-Ing.Matthias Franke).

The anonymous survey can be processed in about 5 minutes and is accessible via the following link:http://s.fhg.de/projektverbund-ressourceneffendung

In addition to this survey, companies and institutions are sought to initiate the project group who want to work as partners in the project group for the development, testing and implementation of technical solutions. In the course of the survey, interested survey participants are given the opportunity to be noted in a corresponding register of interested parties.

Contact person: Prof. Dr. Mario Mocker, Dean of Studies, East Bavarian Technical University Amberg-Weiden, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering / Environmental Technology, Kaiser-Wilhelm-Ring 23, 92224 Amberg

Tel .: +49 (0) 9621 482-3335, Fax: +49 (0) 9621 482-4335, www.oth-aw.de