Unconventional collaboration: new partnerships in the circular economy
Anthesis LRS is again a supporter of Resource and we are running a session in the #livingcircular theatre.
The circular economy demands collaboration to be successful. The session will provide three case studies of unconventional collaboration to illustrate how cross sector supply chain partnership can achieve the benefits of resource efficiency and circular materials management.
Anthesis LRS will chair this session, inviting three guest speakers to showcase a project which they have worked in an unconventional partnership to deliver, including with large corporate brands, retailers, local authorities, waste management companies and reprocessors.
Guest speakers include Alison Ingle, Group Packaging Manager, Nestlé UK talking about an innovative flexible laminated packaging trial and Steve Oxley, Quality and Manufacturing Technology Manager, James Cropper plc, introducing a paper cup recycling initiative.
The session will allow for questions and answers and a panel debate.
Anthesis LRS is also hosting a workshop on Tuesday 3 March between 15.30 and 16.50 on Business leaders’ debate: Challenges and solutions for implementing resource efficiency and circular economy strategies.
If you would like to learn more, please contact Debbie Hitchen (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information. And you can find out more about Resource here.
We look forward to seeing you there!