At the end of November, after 4.5 well-spent years, the Run4Life project came to an end. The 15 partners of the consortium led by project coordinator Aqualia, have been working on the recovery of fertiliser products from source-separated wastewater systems. This is demonstrated at four demonstration sites in Europe at Sneek, Vigo, Helsingborg and Gent. The final days of the project were all about celebrating successes and sharing the lessons learned with others. The project’s final General Assembly (GA) meeting took place on November 24th as a hybrid meeting in the RecoLab in Helsingborg and online. Different municipalities and other stakeholders interested in source-separated wastewater management and resource recovery came to Helsingborg on November 25th for the final project workshop, focussed on aiding the replication of circular source-separation concepts in other cities. On November 30th the third and last Run4Life Innovation Workshop was hosted by project partner ISLE.