Final workshop of the SAMT and STYLE projects

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The three SPIRE04-2014 projects, MEASURE, STYLE and SAMT, are collaborating to develop a harmonised roadmap of recommendations for the use of sustainability assessment in the European Process Industries. A final stakeholder event of the projects SAMT and STYLE will take place on October 6th in Brussels.

Within the workshop, the findings of the projects will be summarized and a draft of a harmonized roadmap for sustainability assessment will be presented. The workshop will provide stakeholders a final opportunity to influence the outcome of the projects - recommendations to the European Commission for future development needs. The workshop is open to all industrial actors and stakeholders (authorities, peer organizations, researchers, NGO’s, etc.) applying or interested in sustainability assessment methods and future developments within the field. The workshop is free of charge, but places are limited and registration is required:

Please register before 23 September 2016 at

Time: 6 October 2016, 10:00 - 17:00
Place: Hotel Martin's Brussels EU (Boulevard Charlemagne 80, 1000 Brussels, Belgium)


10:00   Coffee and registration

10:30   Start of the workshop
            Opening words
            Aims of the projects and the workshop / Coordinators

11:00   Presentations of the projects and their recommendations 

13:00   Lunch break

14:00   Invited speaker commentary 

14:30   Cross-sectorial Roundtable discussion with representatives of different process industry sectors & questions from the audience regarding practical challenges & development needs (Industrial partners from SAMT & STYLE)

15:30   Coffee break

16:00   Feedback session & open discussion points on selected themes

16:30   Wrap-up session (next steps in the roadmapping process)

17:00   Closing the workshop

17:00-17:30 Cocktails & Networking

For more information about the workshop, please contact:
Tiina Pajula, coordinator of the SAMT project –
Amy Peace, coordinator of the STYLE project –

For more information about the projects:
SAMT project, see
STYLE project, see