BAROMÈTRE 2020 :
ANTI-GASPILLAGE ET VALORISATION DES DÉCHETS POUR UNE ÉCONOMIE CIRCULAIRE
Dans le cadre du 4ème anniversaire de la Loi contre le gaspillage alimentaire (Loi Garot du 11 février) et la Loi d’Economie Circulaire, COMERSO a conduit avec IPSOS un nouveau baromètre sur l’implication des entreprises françaises dans l’économie circulaire via leurs pratiques Anti-Gaspillage et valorisation des déchets.
Étude quantitative réalisée auprès de 245 patrons et décideurs d’entreprises sur 3 secteurs d’activité :
- Grandes et Moyennes surfaces (GMS)
- Grandes Surfaces Spécialisées Mode & Sport (GSS)
- Industries Agro-Alimentaires (IAA)
- Évaluer le niveau d'engagement et les pratiques des entreprises dans l'économie circulaire via le prisme Anti-Gaspi et valorisation des déchets
- Mesurer les disparités de niveau de maturité dans les 3 circuits : GMS / GSS / IAA
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2019 SURVEY RETAIL / DISTRIBUTION: ZERO-WASTE TARGET
After the signing of the national agreement on the fight against waste in 2013, and 3 years after the introduction of the first Anti-Waste Act (Garot Act), with IPSOS Comerso wanted to conduct a new survey designed to measure the level of knowledge and awareness of CSR among Retail players in France.
The survey therefore conducts a full inventory of anti-waste practices and initiatives to realise the value of unsold stock and waste integrated into the everyday activities of Retail businesses, by measuring their level of relevance and effectiveness.
More specifically, this research is intended for Retail decision-makers, the directors and managers of H&S / food superstores / SS / mass market distribution / specialist distribution so as to help them to identify the most efficient practices to aim for Zero-Waste.
2018 SURVEY ON THE PRODUCTIVE USE OF UNSOLD GOODS IN MASS MARKET DISTRIBUTION
In partnership with IPSOS, Comerso has conducted the 1st Survey on Realisation of the Value of Unsold Goods in Mass Market Distribution.
The goal of this study, conducted using a representative panel of 164 shops throughout France, is to identify good practice and positive initiatives carried out by mass market distributors to combat food waste, since the introduction of the Garot Act in February 2016.
More specifically, this research is intended for shop managers in order to help them to identify the most effective practices in combating waste and it highlights the difficulties that are yet to be overcome.
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