Report of the Netherlands case study is available here.
This report describes the current situation of organic waste management and urban agriculture, with a specific focus on The Hague. Also, the potential of the recycling of organic waste in urban agriculture in The Hague is analysed. The analysis was done by studying relevant literature, conducting interviews and research on two case studies of urban agriculture initiatives in detail. Results show that the current situation of organic waste management in The Hague could be improved, through actions of both the municipality and the citizens. With several platforms focused on urban agriculture and many new arising initiatives, urban agriculture receives increasing attention from the public. Several innovative initiatives that use organic waste in urban agriculture are described. The current situation of using organic waste in urban agriculture is on a small scale, which is the main limitation to it’s potential. But there are several positive externalities that can make the use of organic waste in urban agriculture a contribution to the society.