Resourcing the Future Conference
This year’s Resourcing the Future Conference returns on the 12 – 13 June in London and will provide an unmissable opportunity to understand, debate and implement the key recommendations from the recently released Resources and Waste Strategy for England.
Join government representatives, thought-leaders and stakeholders from across the sector as we explore the key elements of the strategy and discuss the direction and deliverability of the policies and a circular economy framework.
The conference will be packed full of discussion points and centring on the new strategy, its recommendations and implementation. Expect to hear from experts on single-use plastics bans and taxes, DRS, Secondary material markets, Producer Responsibility, recycling targets and food waste.
From councils to producers, this conference will be relevant to anyone working in the sector – make sure you’re part of delivering the change needed to make the circular economy a reality in the UK.
Book your place and secure your early bird discount until 30 April.
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“I thoroughly enjoyed #RTF18 this year. The mix of speakers was excellent, with some well-known names, some new faces and a number of new sectors were represented. I really appreciated the lively debate, the ‘app based’ questions and polls, and the honesty and commitment of all those who attended, willing to share their ideas and perspectives amongst like-minded individuals.”
Dr. Adam Read, External Affairs Director, SUEZ Recycling & Recovery UK.
“I was very pleased to be offered an opportunity to both attend and present at RtF, understanding what a key calendar event the conference is I jumped at the opportunity to present and network with lots of industry professionals.
Networking to me is an essential part of my job as I encourage businesses to share preferred suppliers, reduce and consolidate their waste and of course to recycle more. It helps me to learn about legislation, changes in the industry as well as lessons learnt and new approaches."
Christina Wells, Area Manager, Heart of London Business Alliance.