Let’s Recycle: Reuse Conference in association with Reuse Network

Posted on the 6th April 2021

We are delighted to be working in association with Let’s Recycle for their Reuse Conference on Wednesday 28 April 2021.

This one-day conference will cover many aspects of reuse within local authorities with expert speakers from the charity reuse , retail, waste and public sector.

About the conference:

The reuse of an item without it having become waste is an excellent means of waste prevention, and registers high up the waste hierarchy.

The virtual Reuse Conference will explore the role of reuse in the circular economy, future opportunities in the sector and case studies to facilitate learning from others. Expert speakers will address topics such as the right to repair, WEEE recycling and London Repair Week.

There will be plenty of opportunity to network at virtual tables and discuss topics with colleagues from inside and outside your own area of expertise. The one-day event is expected to be of particular value to local authorities, retailers, charities, and anyone interested in the circular economy.

Speakers from the Reuse Network:

Craig Anderson, Reuse Network CEO will be keynote speaker discussing the Right to Repair, Circular Economy and the future of EPR.

Stephen Cawley, chair of the board and former Head of Sustainability at John Lewis and Partners, will be giving his view on future opportunities for reuse in the retail sector.

Alun Harris, charity manager at Wastesavers in Newport will be giving a case study on reuse charities working on HWRC site and high street retail.

Peter Everett, CEO of Lighthouse Furniture Project in Brenwood, will be highlighting how partnerships with reuse charities can help local authorities promote circular economy.

Ticket Prices:

Standard Ticket: £99 + VAT 

Local Authority Ticket: £75 + VAT 

A 10% discount is available to Reuse Network members. Members should contact Claire Charras, claire.charras@reuse-network.org.uk to access the code.

 

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