Traditionally our economy has worked in a linear way, where products and materials are made, used, and then thrown away.
A circular economy is one that designs out waste and pollution by reusing and repurposing products and materials that would normally be discarded. This diverts waste from landfill, protects our limited natural resources and reduces carbon emissions.
In the West Midlands, businesses across a variety of sectors are already adapting their practices to capitalise on the opportunities that create new economic growth, jobs and reduce their environmental impact.
In addition to this, the WMCA is working with experts from business and academia to deliver a plan for advancing a Circular Economy in our region.
Find out More
You can find out more about the Circular Economy and what some businesses in the region are already doing in our guide, Kickstarting the West Midlands’ Circular Economy
Have Your Say
We would also like to hear from businesses of all sizes and across all sectors in the region, to inform the next stages in our work.
Please have your say and complete our short questionnaire by Wednesday 9 September 2020.