Perth and Kinross Circular Economy
Do you live, work or do business in Perth and Kinross? Would you like to see new solutions in the region that will help reduce environmental impacts, implement changes to improve sustainability or are you facing challenges that limit what you would like to achieve?
Zero Waste Scotland have appointed Enscape Consulting to carry out a survey across Perth and Kinross. The survey looks to understand why and how individuals and organisations are engaging in projects and activities that reduce negative impacts on the environment and climate.
The focus is on the circular economy, which is part of the solution to our global climate emergency, ensuring that nothing goes to waste and everything has a value. This is about reusing, repairing and making things last for as long as possible through collaboration and new business models.
We want to hear from:
- Businesses operating across Perth and Kinross.
- Individuals liviing and working in Perth and Kinross.
- Public sector organisations operating across Perth and Kinross.
- Community and social enterprises operating across Perth and Kinross.
Completing the survey will only take around 5 minutes of your time and if you take part you will be helping Zero Waste Scotland to:
- Understand views and current awareness/understanding of the circular economy.
- Identify the level of ambition to develop circular projects and training programmes.
Findings from the survey will be used by Zero Waste Scotland to recognise and support existing circular economy activity already underway or being considered in Perth and Kinross. It will also help to understand what skills and training are needed to support people and organisations to build opportunities now and in the future.
Please go to the survey here.
If you would like to find out more about the survey, please contact Brian Menzies of Enscape using the details below:
- Mobile: 0775 2700939
- Email: email@example.com
If you are a business, for more information on the circular economy please visit Zero Waste Scotland's webpage here or contact the organisation's support team at: