News, views and articles about Resource Futures and our role in developing the circular economy.
Basildon Mechanical Biological Treatment (MBT) plant begins receiving waste as facility begins its testing phase.read more
The Re-Use, a network of re-use organisations in Bristol, is set to receive a significant financial boost as one of the 32 projects to receive funding from Bristol 2015. The Network, which was initiated by the Bristol Green Capital’s Waste Action Group, has been awarded £50,000 via Bristol 2015’s Strategic Grants Fund as part of the city’s year long delivery as European Green Capital for 2015. The project will be managed by Resource Futures, who have been providing support and guidance to the network over the last year, bringing their experience and expertise in developing similar re-use initiatives across the UK.read more
After recycling the most and wasting the least per head in 2014, it can be hard to find new methods to spread the message in Oxfordshire, writes Resource Futures’ Peter Lefort, in the fourth in our series on the role of communications in resource management.read more
Resource Futures will host a workshop this March, sharing the secrets of getting started in the circular economy.read more
In recognition of their hard work and commitment, three team members, here at Resource Futures, have recently been promoted. Congratulations go to Agnieszka Chruszcz, who has been made a Senior Consultant and to Coralline Guillon and Peter Wills, who are now Consultants.read more
Why is a communications strategy needed? What does this give you? Helen White continues our series on 'The Communications Breakdown'.read more
The 2015 General Election will have implications for the waste and resources sector in England. Beyond that it is all a bit murky writes Resource Futures Chairman, Phillip Ward.read more