D3.6 Process Model Hamburg
Deliverable 3.6 of Work Package 3 presents an integrated analysis of the case study in the Hamburg region within the REPAiR project with a focus on organic waste production and processing, and the transition to a circular society. The report comprises spatial and materialflow analyses following the methodology proposed by Deliverables 3.1 and3.3 of the REPAiR project. The Hamburg case study area consists of two focus areas, the district of Hamburg-Altona and the County of Pinneberg in Schleswig-Holstein. The report delivers spatial, material flow and social analyses for the focus area Hamburg-Altona and partially for the focus area Pinneberg. Embedded in the spatial-social context, the material flow analysis follows the same steps that have been exemplified in the Deliverable 3.3 for the two pilot case studies of Amsterdam Metropolitan Area and Naples Metropolitan Region. The structure enables the geolocation of the key activities and actors related to material flows to allow a spatial understanding of the actor network atthe focus area level. This understanding is crucial for the development of suitable eco-innovative solutions that will be designed in future steps. The eco-innovative solutions aim at paving the way towards more circular city regions. Finally, this reportreflects on the results of the spatial and material flow analyses with special attention to issues linking waste activities to their effects on space.
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