Recycling and waste management professionals, waste producers and local authorities, are among those being encouraged to attend the Resource Association Conference on 9 July 2014.
Taking place at London’s Park Plaza Victoria from 10:00-16:20, the event, organised by the Environment Media Group, aims to build a shared agenda for the much debated circular economy.
Resource Association Chief Executive, Ray Georgeson, will welcome delegates to the one-day programme, before handing over to keynote speaker, Mark Rowney. As a Research Fellow with the Institute of Public Policy Research, Mark will launch a new report: ‘Resources, Jobs and Growth’.
Supported by the Resource Association, the document is set to outline research findings on the circular economy. It will examine a range of proposals that could be adopted to achieve better use of resources, sustainable job creation and genuine fiscal development. It also promises to provide a catalyst that will stimulate further debate at the event and ongoing dialogue with politicians thereafter.