The Resource Recovery from Waste (RRfW) network would be grateful if you could complete a survey on how you see the future of resource recovery in the UK. Participation is anonymous and the survey only takes 12-15 minutes to complete.
The survey is part of their work on the RRfW programme to co-produce a vision for resource recovery as part of a circular economy and develop an approach to realise it together with industry, government and academia.
In particular, they are interested in:
- What the future waste and resource management landscape should look like.
- Key drivers and barriers for resource recovery and circular economy.
- Actions needed from industry, government, and academia to increase resource recovery.
The survey is designed to capture perspectives from companies and professional bodies on how radical change in waste and resource management in the UK can be delivered. Responses are sought from companies active in sectors such as “traditional” waste management and reprocessing, extractive industries, manufacturing, bioenergy as well as those working in consultancy, insurance, investment and others.
The results will add to government advice, such as for the Resource and Waste Strategy and the National Infrastructure Plan; recommend how industry can adopt more resource efficient, circular economy practices; and shape academic research to ensure practical relevance. They will share the outcomes via professional publications and a policy briefing.
The survey will be open until 20 April 2018. Any questions or comments can be directed to Programme Lead Anne Velenturf.