Resource - Realising the opportunities of a circular economy

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Resource is the free to attend conference-led exhibition, bringing together every sector involved in the circular economy

Resource is the annual three day congress and exhibition that brings together international circular economy professionals. Rather than being about sustainability, it's about good business. Join...

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