In partnership with Zero Waste Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage and The Scottish Forum on Natural Capital, this event will provide examples of best practice and practical steps we can all take to turn Waste into Wealth.
Learn how your organisation can bring the Waste to Wealth commitment to life.
We showcase the key highlights from The Lens podcast in 2018
Thames Water is partnering with stakeholders and local authorities to fund £60 million of surface water management schemes including green spaces, removing hard, impermeable surfaces such as concrete and asphalt in areas most at risk of flooding.
As Northumbrian Water’s Wastewater Director, Richard Warneford, leads the company’s treatment works and sludge activities, which have evolved into an industry-leading renewable energy operation
This webinar will help you understand where your organisation impacts on ecosystems and how to manage this. It will share what our leading members from a variety of sectors are doing to support healthy ecosystems and water resources as well as how they are minimising risks to vital business resources
Business in the Community – The Prince’s Responsible Business Network will challenge business to reduce waste or turn waste into wealth to prevent catastrophic climate change at the Waste to Wealth Summit, held today.
Interface, a designer and maker of carpet tile, shows its commitment to the circular office through its ReEntry scheme - where its old products enjoy a second life in places that really need it.
Fit for the future. Fit for the planet.
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