The ability to reuse products and materials sits right at the heart of the zero waste approach, as a basic requisite for a circular economy to flourish. For reuse to become mainstream, a number of local and national systems to be both designed and enabled.
This webinar will go into greater depth to answer these key questions:
How can local authorities begin to design and implement reusable systems, for example for takeaway food containers, within their city?
How can reuse systems and practices become part of the mainstream and people’s everyday lives, rather than something only for environmentally conscious shoppers?
What are the policy drivers behind this change and how can they enable the spread of reuse?
Unfortunately, the webinar platform we use has a maximum capacity of 100 virtual seats. We are sorry but we won’t be able to host online everyone who has registered. The attendance will, therefore, be done on a first-come, first-served basis, meaning that only the first 100 people to log-in will be able to attend the webinar.
However, if you are not part of the first 100 who join at the start of the webinar, then you can still follow the webinar live on our YouTube channel.
We will ensure questions posed on our Youtube channel are still relayed to the speakers. The speakers presentations will be available for free in the following days.