Circular Economy: Working Resources in the West Midlands

13 October 2021


The Chartered Institute of Waste Management has teamed up with the University of Birmingham project ARLI (Alternative Raw Materials with Low Impact) to highlight and celebrate businesses in the West Midlands who are working towards a more circular economy.

During this online event you will hear from 4 working examples local to the West Midlands who have developed their business model to build a more sustainable future. You will also get the opportunity to ask them your own questions as well as proactively investigate how resources such as ARLI and CIWM can help you transform your business from little to no cost.


The Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) is a professional body for the waste management industry in the United Kingdom and other countries. It awards the title of Chartered Waste Manager to qualifying members. The objectives of the CIWM are to advance the scientific, technical and practical aspects of wastes and resource management for the safeguarding of the natural environment, to promote education, training, and research in wastes and resource management, and the dissemination of knowledge of the topic; and to strive to achieve and maintain the highest standards of best practice, technical competence and conduct by all its members.