Packed full of useful facts and figures to help any company looking to apply the principles of the circular economy, in this report, PwC shares what it's learnt about 'going circular' in the last 10 years - including achieving zero waste to landfill, implementing better end-of-life solutions that minimise environmental impacts, and embedding circularity in procurement, employee engagement and volunteering.
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Give me tap: changing employee behaviours to tackle plastic pollution
Resource Productivity and the Circular Economy: The opportunities for the UK economy
Smart Growth - The economic case for the circular economy
De Ceuvel: Amsterdam’s first circular workspace
Amsterdam's first circular worskpace
Harnessing digital for resilient urban and rural environments
How shared data and new technologies can revolutionise decision making and long-range planning for businesses
Circularity - down to a T: how CSR teams can make a difference almost immediately
A paperless office - circular document management
Case Study - Ricoh - Workplace Transformation by Ricoh
JLL - Creating more value with fewer resources in real estate
How the real estate is embracing the circular economy.
Blog: Dr Greg Lavery - 5 reasons remanufactured items are better than new
The Circular Economy has seen rapid technical advancements enabling remanufactured products to look and perform as new, while bringing a range of other desirable benefits.
Blog: Get Smart - Go Circular - Claire Maugham, Smart Energy GB
The Circular Office: Kicking off the journey with PwC
Lloyds Bank's Andrew Bester on the importance of creating sustainable places to work
Case Study: Anthesis
Case Study: WRAP - Good as new, made from old
Blog: Imagining the circular office - Sophie Walker, JLL UK
PwC: Out of the frying pan into the fire - powering our offices on used chip fat
Powering our offices on used chip fat
PwC: Old funiture, new home - remanufacturing unwanted furniture for use by charities
PwC: Cut from the same cloth - working with suppliers to reuse and recycle old uniforms
PwC: Going Circular Overview - why should a services firm be concerned about its waste?