Reportage op VIER
Watch the story of Kringloopexpo on national television here.Added by Kringloopexpo on 19/12/2012
News fragment Kringloopexpo WTV
Watch the news fragment of Kringloopexpo here.Added by Kringloopexpo on 21/03/2011
Kringloopexpo: take an actual step towards sustainable culture.
Often, new materials are being made or bought for exhibitions, performing arts and filmsets (pedestals, glass bells, benches, displays, acclimatization, frame works, audio visual aids, settings, costumes, props, lighting,…). Because of a shortage of storage space, a lot of these materials end up in a garbage container. Furthermore, organizations keep a lot of these materials in warehouses, where it is gathering dust, often hoping in vain that they will need it again some time.
Thanks to Kringloopexpo, these materials get a second life. On our website we offer a wide range of materials you can rent or buy from suppliers from your neigbourhood.
After a free registration, everybody can offer and request quality materials for exhibitions and performing arts. If you lack the time, we can make an inventory of your materials for publication on our website. When there is a transaction, we can even wrap up and transport the materials. Furthermore Kringloopexpo is able to take over your used quality materials free of charge, to prevent their destruction.
Kringloopexpo wants to stimulate cultural organizations to take into account reuse and sustainability of their materials from the early stages of the production cycle. That is why we are collaborating with Jonge Sla, REcoEP, OVAM and many stakeholders.
Are you producing exhibitions, filmsets, performing arts or theater? And do you also want to keep your budget under control whilst achieving your ecological ambitions? Then use our website to help yourself and fellow organizations to obtain affordable quality materials in an ecological manner.
Kringloopexpo is an ecocultural initiative of Brugge Plus NPO and Musea Brugge.Added by Kringloopexpo on 14/03/2011
This project has been realized with support from the Fonds Duurzaam Materialen- en Energiebeheer, conducted by the Koning Bouwdewijn Foundation.