The best Italian GPP experiences
Forum Compraverde Buygreen selects and awards the best Italian GPP experiences every year, with a special focus on collective catering, cultural activities, building, and social and sustainability criteria.
leading national experts, the Compraverde Award is given
for the following 8 sections:
The award is dedicated to public administrations that have distinguished themselves by publishing green tenders as a systematic action to introduce ecological criteria in public procurement. The award is given in collaboration with Coordinamento Agende 21 Locali Italiane.
CULTURE IN GREEN
The award recognises cultural events and film production that have reduced the environmental impacts generated by their implementation by integrating environmental and social aspects into the procurement of goods and services. The award is given in collaboration with the European project GreenFEST.
The award recognises public administrations that have distinguished themselves by implementing concrete policies to promote and implement GPP. The award is given in collaboration with Coordinamento Agende 21 Locali Italiane.
BUILDING IN GREEN, INNOVATIVE MATERIAL
The award recognises companies that produce innovative building materials with low environmental impact.
The award is intended for public or private canteens that have shown particular attention to the quality of food (organic, zero km, seasonal, fair trade) and the reduction of environmental and social impacts linked to canteen management. The prize is awarded in collaboration with General Beverage.
BUILDING IN GREEN, LOCAL AND RENEWABLE MATERIALS
The award recognises companies that produce local and renewable building materials with a low environmental impact.
VENDOR RATING AND SUSTAINABLE PROCUREMENT
The award is dedicated to companies that have systematically adopted sustainability criteria in their purchasing processes and in the qualification of their suppliers. The award is assigned in collaboration with Unioncamere.
The award is dedicated to Public Administrations that include social criteria in their calls to protect work dignity and social trade union human rights.