Young anti-waste advocate and Zero Waste Scotland CEO among winners at the Scottish Resources Awards 2018
An anti-waste campaigner, who has already made waves with her videos for BBC’s The Social, has picked up an award for her work to tackle plastic waste at this year’s Scottish Resources Awards.
Bute Brew Co are turning economy theory into practice – and beer
An island-based brewery is helping build Scotland’s reputation as a leading proponent of the circular economy. Bute Brew Co have put circular economy principles into practice with their Thorough Bread, which is made using leftover bread
First group of businesses benefit from consultancy service
The first batch of companies to take advantage of the consultancy support provided by Zero Waste Scotland are progressing with plans to further develop their circular economy ideas.
Blog: What does circular economy mean?
It exchanges the typical cycle of make, use, dispose in favour of as much re-use and recycling as possible.
Blog: Surfing the plastic tsunami
The biggest issue that faces any start-up company is how to position themselves, how to create a buzz, generate awareness that they exist.
Blog: Going circular?
As with many things, the first encounter with this circular economy malarkey was a YouTube video.
John Lawrie Group nominated for European Business Award
Aberdeen-headquartered John Lawrie Group will be among a number of Scottish businesses flying the flag for the United Kingdom at a European awards ceremony later this year.