Sustainability at the
EUBCE 2024 in Marseille

EUBCE priority action points


Our standard catering menu is predominantly vegetarian. 75 % of the ingredients are procured from local suppliers, with menu crafted around the availability of organic and seasonal produce.

We emphasize the use of reusable crockery and cutlery and are actively working to replace disposable plastics with compostable or biodegradable alternatives

Bring a reusable water bottle and enjoy refills thanks to

Food donation

EUBCE works with the local association Isabelle Mon Refuge’.
Food surplus will be donated on a daily basis.

Printed material

We have significantly reduced the amount of printed material at EUBCE.

We are producing only the EUBCE 2024 Pocket Guide, in a small format, compact and containing only essential information.
It is printed on recycled paper from FSC-certified forests.
FSC certification ensures that forests are managed in a way that preserves biodiversity, maintains strong conservation values, and monitors the environmental and social impacts of forest management.

The bags are made from recycled materials, and leftover lanyards are collected after the event.

Waste management

We are working to cut down on waste during and after the event.

Sorting bins are available across the venue and are clearly marked.

Public transport

Marseille Chanot, the Marseille Exhibition and Convention Centre is located at the heart of the city and is easy to access:

  • 10 minutes from the Vieux Port
  • 5 metro stops on a direct line from Saint Charles TGV station
  • Take bus lines 21–22–23–44–45–83 and stop at Rond-Point du Prado.
  • Standard ticket prices: €1.50 per journey / 3-day pass: €10.50
  • 3 hours from Paris by TGV (17 connections every day)
  • 30 minutes from Marseille Provence international airport

The city also benefits from 2 metro lines and 3 tramway lines, 1,000 bicycles spread over 130 stations and 88 bus lines.

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