Glasgow’s Chamber of Commerce and London’s Waste and Recycling Board have forged a partnership, in a bid to help businesses in both cities make circular economy shifts ahead of COP26 in November.
Pictured: LWARB chief executive Wayne Hubbard and GCOC’s senior director Alison McRae
Under the partnership, the two organisations will collectively work to raise business awareness of the efforts already being made in London and Glasgow to shift away from linear models of consumption. Best-practice case studies from across the public and private sectors will be spotlighted under a new communications and engagement campaign targeting businesses of all sizes and sectors.
Glasgow Chamber of Commerce (GCOC) and London Waste and Recycling Board (LWARB) will also provide businesses with practical advice and