Reconomy, the UK’s largest provider of outsourced waste and resource management services, has confirmed its attendance at the 2020 Edie Sustainability Forum.
The multi-award-winning Edie Sustainability Forum is an annual event that unites influential leaders from globally recognised companies, including Unilever, PwC, Shell and Ryanair. Those in attendance will have the opportunity to take away insights and practical tips from sustainability experts and business leaders that can be applied to their own workplaces.
Run across two days, the event is full of inspirational talks, industry expert panel discussions, engaging workshops and the opportunity to network. Workshops can be joined to connect with speakers directly and discuss the key sustainability challenges with industry experts.
Nathan Gray, Head of Sustainability at Reconomy will be running a workshop at 1:15 pm on day 1 titled: The circular economy: How to transform your business model, for good
‘Waste’ is ultimately a design flaw which represents a lost resource. It is time for businesses to make ‘circularity’ a reality and implement closed-loop strategies that are led from the top. Nathan will be discussing the below topics on the day:
• Becoming a net-zero-waste business
• Transitioning to closed-loop supply chains
• Collaboration for the circular economy: uniting businesses, waste management companies and local authorities
The 2020 Sustainability Leaders Forum will take place on the 4th and 5th of February at the Business Design Centre in Central London.