FCC Environment has today announced its support of the Resource Revolution programme as it works towards turning all waste into resources.
Run by leading environmental publishing and events company Faversham House, the Resource Revolution is designed to encourage and lead the debate on how society can change the way it thinks about waste and security of resources.
Commenting on the news, FCC Environment’s Head of Marketing and Communications, Kristian Dales, said: “Resource Revolution is a great opportunity for FCC Environment to lead the debate on changing how we all think about our waste.
“Resource Revolution is bringing the whole supply chain together in a lively dialogue about how waste that was once considered merely as a problem is now seen as an essential part of the growth of a new and sustainable green economy.
“There is a lot for us to add to and learn from the Resource Revolution: turning waste from households, businesses and industry into valuable resources is at the very heart of the FCC Environment philosophy.”
FCC Environment will support the Resource Revolution’s ground-breaking research looking at attitudes to resource efficiency and the so-called circular economy, which is due to be published in March. It will also be a partner in a series of interviews from thought leaders as well as taking a leading role in a panel debate on the topic, which takes place in May.
You can follow the debate on Twitter using the hashtag #resourcerev or @FCC_Environment and @edieWaste You can also find out more about the programme at www.resourcerevolution.netBack