Resource Productivity & Circular Economy

Our Circular Economy and Resource Productivity campaign is accelerating the transition to a circular economy. 

The Circular Office initiative brings businesses together to learn, share, and try out new ideas towards greater circularity in their offices – seeking to retain the value of materials by keeping them in circulation and eliminating waste. Opportunities range from refurbishing and reusing office furniture and equipment, to reducing and recycling food and packaging, and achieving greater resource circularity in the design and refurbishment/repurposing of offices.

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Commit to being a Circular Office Champion

  • Take at least one step towards greater circularity in your workplace
  • Champion the campaign with at least one supplier or customer
  • Share your learning with our network

Read more in our Circular Office factsheet

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Watch Andrew Bester, CEO of The Co-operative Bank and Chair of Business in the Community's Circular Economy Taskforce talk about why the office is the perfect place to put the principles of the circular economy into practice.

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Read the results of a consultation with BITC’s Circular Economy Taskforce on opportunities for the UK to take a leading global role in resource productivity and move to a circular economy

 

Visit the Resource Productivity & Circular Economy resources page to find out how you can adopt a circular economy approach to the place you work. 

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Circular Economy Taskforce

The Circular Economy Taskforce are delivering a high impact programme to bring the circular economy to life.

Contact Details

Libby Sandbrook,
Head of Circular Economy

E: libby.sandbrook@bitc.org.uk