News: Event - Resource: Releasing the opportunities of a circular economy, March 2014
The CRR is pleased to announce that it will be exhibiting at what is the first major event for the Circular Economy at the ExCel Centre, London.
Monday, 23rd December 2013
A resource constrained world demands new thinking and new business models. Representatives from extraction, design, recycling, manufacturing, retail and resource recovery must come together to capitalise on the commercial opportunities of a circular economy. Resource is the first major conference and exhibition for organisations looking to develop strong resource strategy and resilient resource security. The CRR will be showing that remanufacturing is central to the circular economy and should form the cornerstone of any government strategy. We are also planning to present at the event. The event will be taking place between 4th and 6th of March at the Excel Centre in London. Please contact Ben Walsh for more details. For the Resource website, please go to the external weblink.
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