Project in a nutshell

RERAM  =  Resource Efficiency and RAw Material use of woodworking industries in
Eastern Europe (ENP)

State of play

The growing demand for raw wood material in the EU increases pressure on forest resources...

Vision & Objectives

RERAM improves Resource Efficiency and Raw Material consumption of the forest-based sector...

Outcomes & Impacts

RERAM raises awareness on the benefits of resource efficiency and demonstrates technical and...

Support & Partners

The RERAM project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under the grant agreement no. 609573.

The RERAM consortium:

RERAM presented in the European Parliament, Brussels, 31 Mar 2015



The RERAM project was invited to present its success story in the European Parliament during the AFET-ITRE Conference "Building together a knowledge-oriented and forward-looking EU Neighbourhood".


The event was organized jointly by the European Commission DG Research & Innovation and the European Parliament's Foreign Affairs and Industry, Technology, Research and Energy committees. It was opened by the Chairs of both committees, Elmar Brok and Jerzy Buzek, together with EU Commissioner, Carlos Moedas, and the Latvian Minister for Education and Science, Marite Seile.


The conference showcased a number of examples for successful collaboration of European and ENP countries in the EC 7th framework programme. Mrs. Radmila Ustych of FORZA NGO and Dr. Uwe Kies of IIWH presented together the objectives and first lessons learnt of RERM's Train-the-trainers programme and enterprise efficiency checks in Ukraine.


Agenda     RERAM presentation     Photos     Videostream (see at 3:22) 


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