News, views and articles about Resource Futures and our role in developing the circular economy.
Independent environmental consultancy Resource Futures played an active part in the Resource 2014 conference and exhibition, which was held at ExCeL London on 3 – 5 March, and from the positive response to its presence from delegates, exhibitors and organisers alike, has hailed the event a success.read more
Defra (Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs), the UK government department responsible for policy and regulations on environmental, food and rural issues, has just published work, carried out by Resource Futures, to update the national estimates for the composition of waste collected by local authorities.read more
The report published by WRAP, ‘Furniture mass and product flow data to inform re-use market development in the UK’ provides a robust picture of current mass and product flows across the UK for different types of furniture, from new product supply through to disposal via business and domestic waste streams. The purpose is to inform stakeholders about the contribution of re-use within the UK furniture market. The Resource Futures report – Bulky Waste Composition Review written for WRAP available at www.wrap.org.uk/bulkywaste was shared with Oakdene Hollins, the report author, to significantly inform this work.read more
Resource Futures, the independent environmental consultancy business, is delighted to announce that it will be participating in the resource economy’s newest event, Resource, which runs from 4-6 March 2014. Sam Reeve, Operations Director, will be taking part in the Tuesday afternoon Great Recovery debate ‘From end of life to new innovation’ alongside Chris Sherwin, SeymourPowell, and David Cornish, AkzoNobel. This is followed by a Resource Futures workshop on Wednesday examining ‘The practical application of data in the materials economy’.read more