News: £2m for grassroots projects
Thirty four projects promoting sustainable development across England are getting £2 million funding from Defra's Environmental Action Fund (EAF).
Monday, 26th March 2007
The third year of the EAF projects (2007/8) is designed to help change people's behaviour at a grass-roots level so that consumers live more sustainably. For example the Association of Charity Shops' Choose2Reuse project is the first known UK campaign to focus on reuse rather than recycling. Full details about the EAF and every project may be found at the Defra website.
CER to open SPARK Workshop on Circular Economy
David Fitzsimons, in his capacity as director of the European Remanufacturing Council (CER), will be opening a SPARK workshop event in Cardiff on 28th March.
European Remanufacturing Council launches with a nod to Hollywood
The newly-launched Conseil Européen de Remanufacture plans to represent companies which produce €30 billion of remanufactured products and employ 190,000 people across Europe.
Survey launched for Printer Cartridge Reuse project
The European Commission has commissioned a study to support compliance promotion relating to the implementation of Directive 2012/19/EU on WEEE and the CRR is investigating the case study of printer cartridge reuse