Scottish partnership project aims to design out waste

Zero Waste Scotland is joining forces with the RSA as part of its continuing drive towards developing a circular economy in Scotland

Zero Waste Scotland and the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) have joined forces in an effort to accelerate Scotland’s transition to a circular economy.

The ‘Great Recovery’ project, launched on 22 January, aims to build new networks to explore how Scotland can design, manufacture, use and dispose of products in a more sustainable way.

The RSA, a registered charity, will hold two workshops with Zero Waste Scotland exploring the challenges and opportunities around the circular economy and investigating the nature of supply chains, logistics, resource efficiency, waste and business and technical challenges.

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