Circular Economy Club Tees Valley, the Materials Processing Institute and RTC North invite you to this free networking event at Materials Processing Institute Middlesbrough, on Wednesday 29 June, 1600-1900.
Find out how circular economy solutions help you overcome the increasingly complex resource challenges facing businesses in many sectors:
The event includes presentations from businesses bringing the circular economy to life on Teesside, a tour of the Materials Processing Institute innovations and technology, together with insights on resource efficiency best practice. Meet up with other local businesses interested in the circular economy, and spark ideas for how circular approaches can help your organisation be more future-fit, resilient and sustainable.
15:45 – 16:15 Arrival and networking
16:15 – 16:45 Materials Processing Institute tour | Andrew Buchanan
16:45 – 17:05 Introduction to Materials Processing Institute | Andrew Buchanan
17:05 – 17:25 Circular materials – rethinking resources and waste to support resilient, regenerative supply chains | Catherine Weetman
17:25 – 17:45 Case Study 1: Material Evolution | Liz Gilligan
17:45 – 18:05 Case Study 2: Lithium Salvage | Duncan Noble
18:05 – 18:25 Good practise: Manufacturing resource efficiency advice | RTC North
18:25 – 18:40 Q&A
18:40 – 19:00 Networking
This event is brought to you by RTC North (Tees Valley Business Challenge), in partnership with Circular Economy Club Tees Valley and Materials Processing Institute.
Tees Valley Business Challenge is receiving funding under the UK Community Renewal Fund. It aims to strengthen innovation maturity in the Tees Valley economy, build resilience for post-Covid economic recovery and unlock growth potential.
The Tees Valley Business Challenge is being delivered through a partnership between Academic Health Science Network, RTC North and Edge Innovation, on behalf of Tees Valley Combined Authority and Tees Valley Business.
Circular Economy Club Tees Valley is a free-to-join network group for people interested in the circular economy in and around the Tees Valley, and is part of the global Circular Economy Club. The group is led by Catherine Weetman, author of A Circular Economy Handbook and host of the Circular Economy Podcast.