Towards a more sustainable EUBCE


Sustainability is a core aspect of our event organization,
from planning to dismantling

Decreasing printed materials thanks to the website, the APP and 100% digital submissions

By making documents available electronically on the EUBCE website, as well as through its online platform, EUBCE is consistently reducing the number of printed pages.

Public transport

Marseille is easy to discover by public transport or bicycle.

Take bus lines 212223444583 and stop at Rond-Point du Prado.

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

Suggesting short distance accomodation

Make choices that respect the environment!

Choose hotels close to the Marseille Chanot Convention and Exhibition Center.

You won’t need to use transport!


Collaborating with sustainable and local suppliers

EUBCE supports local and regional businesses.

Suppliers are chosen on the basis of proximity and reliability in compliance with sustainability requirements.

75% of the ingredients in the food provided is sourced locally.

Using sustainable catering and planning solutions to reduce food waste

EUBCE developed a catering concept that fits into its overall strategy of making the meeting as sustainable as possible.
Coffee breaks, lunch and dinner menus offer a range of organic and local dishes (with vegetarian fare too), reducing the carbon footprint of each from farm to fork.

The catering does not use plastic materials, only reusable plates. The cutlery is made of biodegradable bamboo.

EUBCE also works closely with our catering in Marseille to prevent food waste by making donations to the ‘Isabelle Mon Refuge’ association.

Eaux de Marseille

To promote the use of water bottles that can be refilled in a sustainable way, EUBCE participants will find drinking water thanks to!

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