Circular Economy in Practice: IEMA Online Resource - Launch of the Extended Resource Ownership model
Our webinar reviewed the new online tool: The Extended Resource Ownership (ERO) model, created by the IEMA Circular Economy Network steering group for circular economy practitioners to access a practical decision matrix to increase circularity of materials.
The model originated from the UK Govt Office of Science policy report “From Waste to Resource Productivity” which was used as a basis for the Resources and Waste Strategy for England of 2018.
During this webinar launch of the new online tool attendees gained:
- An understanding of how the decision matrix operates as tested against the manufacturing sector;
- An overview of the key process stages of the ERO model from sustainable design through to resource selection and recycling;
- Practical recommendation from industry experts on the circular economy experts from Ricoh Products UK Ltd, WSP and Wood.
- Marc Jourdan, IEMA Policy & Engagement Lead,
- Andy Whyle, Ricoh UK Products Ltd (Chair of the IEMA Circular Economy Network)
- Fleur Ruckley, Wood Plc
- Tim Danson, WSP
This webinar is ideal for you if you are a sustainability or environmental management professional with an interest in sustainable resource management.
Members can access the documents here.
Circular Economy in Practice: IEMA Online Resource - Launch of the Extended Resource Ownership model, webinar slides - CLICK HERE
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