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The Circular Economy at work in Aberdeenshire

Community Resources Network Scotland (CRNS)

Wednesday, 27 February 2019 from 12:30 to 15:00 (GMT)

The Circular Economy at work in Aberdeenshire

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General Admission (CRNS Member) 9 Tickets 4 Mar 2019 Free £0.00
General Admission (Non Member) 6 Tickets 4 Mar 2019 £8.82 £1.18

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CRNS is delighted to host this forum in Aberdeenshire, which will enable CRNS members as well as other reuse, repair and recycling organisations and projects in the area, to come together to engage, network and obtain strategic updates from CRNS. At the forum we will also hear from CRNS members and Transition Network on their circular economy activities.


This forum is FREE to CRNS members and the cost to non-members is just £10.


FORUM AGENDA


12.30pm Light Lunch, Refreshments & Networking

13.00pm Welcome & Introductions

13.10pm Transition Network

  • Vicky Prendergast, who has registered a Transition Network group for North Aberdeenshire, will provide an overview of the Transition Movement, which has been encouraging sustainability and resilience of local communities since 2006. 


13.30pm Spotlight on CRNS Member: Wood RecyclAbility Ltd

13.45pm Spotlight on CRNS Member: Gordon Rural Action

14.00pm CRNS Strategic Update

14.30pm Organisation Round-table Update

15.00pm Meeting Close

Do you have questions about The Circular Economy at work in Aberdeenshire? Contact Community Resources Network Scotland (CRNS)

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Garioch Heritage Centre
Loco Works Road
AB51 4FY Inverurie
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 27 February 2019 from 12:30 to 15:00 (GMT)


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Community Resources Network Scotland (CRNS)

CRNS is a membership body for community organisations managing waste resources at a local level through recycling, reuse, composting, waste reduction and waste education activities. In addition to providing information and advice to both existing and emerging community organisations, CRNS works to raise the profile of the sector through promotional activities and political lobbying.

Most members of the CRNS are social enterprises managing waste resources at a local level through recycling, reuse, composting, waste reduction and waste education activities. They prevent tonnes of valuable products and materials from ending up in landfill, create local jobs and other economic opportunities, and typically work to help those on low incomes or who are disadvantaged.

As well as representing its membership body, CRNS works on a number of projects and programmes to support the third sector in Scotland in pursuit of Zero Waste. The majority of these are funded by Zero Waste Scotland, which receives funding from the Scottish Government to support delivery of Scotland’s Zero Waste Plan. Zero Waste Scotland delivers a range of programmes, campaigns and other interventions to help people and organisations on the journey to Zero Waste.

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