Delivering business resource efficiency: the EU LIFE+ funded European Pathway to Zero Waste project in the UK
20 March: Brussels, Belgium
In the context of the Roadmap to a Resource Efficient Europe, the European Pathway to Zero Waste (EPOW) project has been demonstrating ways of delivering economic value from business waste in the South East of England. In this seminar, participants will hear about EPOW’s work to improve business resource efficiency and how the findings will help build a circular economy. Read more…
EPOW is an EU demonstration project that is part funded by The LIFE Programme (LIFE+), the EU’s funding instrument for the environment. It is a partnership between the UK Environment Agency and Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP). The project has been set up to investigate practical ways of achieving zero waste to landfill in the South East of England. Results are being shared with colleagues in the UK and in EU Member States.
EPOW partners provide free training, seminars and public workshops on the work they are undertaking. This short seminar will be chaired by Catherine Bearder MEP, with presentations from Margaret Doherty, Programme Director, EPOW; Howard Davidson, Director – South East, Environment Agency; and Liz Goodwin, CEO, WRAP.