Market Dialogue For Environmental Labelling of Medical Supplies

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Tapahtuman tiedot

Hybrid event / Malmö, Sweden
Tapahtuman järjestäjä
The Norwegian Hospital Procurement Trust (NHPT), Landspitali – The National University Hospital of Iceland, Danish Regions: The Regions Joint Procurement, The National Secretariat for Sustainable Public Procurement, HUS, LUP

How can we take joint responsibility?

Medical products are essential for maintaining modern and high-quality health care systems. At the same time, they can be a threat to both the environment and our health due to hazardous content, and a high level of resource exploitation. Five Nordic Public Buyers have therefore joined forces to use their purchasing power to challenge the market to develop more sustainable products.

Market dialogue objectives

The objectives of this market dialogue are as follows:

  • Inform the market about the Buyer’s strategies to procure greener products/sustainability strategies.
  • Discuss measures and challenges related to testing/developing and procuring greener products.
  • To explore what solutions are available in the market and what and what will be available
  • Collect input from the market
  • Discuss how public-private collaboration through procurement can stimulate suppliers to produce more environmentally friendly products.

Official Notice published on Doffin (Norwegian Database for Public Procurement)

Target group

Nordic and European suppliers of medical products to the Nordic health care sector. Nordic public buyers of medical products (for hospitals (public and private), municipalities, etc.). Ecolabelling organisations, industry associations, cluster organisations, environmental organisations, R&D organisations within relevant fields in Nordic organisations. National, Nordic, and European funding organisations. Decision and policy makers at national, Nordic, and European level.

Programme and registration