Join us on the 28th November for our next Innovation Policy and Practice Breakfast!

The circular economy model conceives of waste not as a problem, but as a raw material with value based on potential to reintroduce materials into the system, combining recycling, reuse and renewable energy. Effective circular economy approaches are often innovative, for example in optimisation of use of resources or the design of materials that can be perpetually cycle back to the technical or biological ecosystems. At this event you will hear real examples of how innovative circular economy approaches are bringing business benefit in construction, retail and in local authorities.

Date: Thursday 28th November 2019 at 08:00am – 09.45am

Theme: Innovation and the Circular Economy


– Debbie Ward, Gleeds and Organiser of the Circular Economy Club

– Clare Ollerenshaw, Circular Consultants Ltd

– Gerrard Fisher, QSA Partners

Hosts and venue:

Mott MacDonald, 35 Newhall Street, Birmingham

Click here to register your attendance, please note availability is limited.