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Supply Chain Sustainability School construction waste management and reduction supplier day

Take part in this free supplier day. Improve your understanding of the sustainability and operational needs of contractor partners and their clients. Take advantage of the opportunity for open and honest discussion around some of the key sustainability challenges faced by the construction sector. Learn what support is available to help your business rise to meet the challenge of sustainability.

Join the Supply Chain School and partners including; ourselves Resource Efficient Scotland, Balfour Beatty, Kier, BRE, Robertson Group and others to explore:

  • future procurement opportunities
  • the link between waste and operational efficiency and
  • the concept of circular economy

By attending this FREE supplier day taking place on 21st June 2018 at Murrayfield Stadium you will:

  • Understand the sustainability priorities and challenges faced by main contractors and clients in the region
  • Have an opportunity to discuss key sustainability challenges and potential solutions with customers/peers/prospective customers
  • Find out about regional pipelines of work, and the opportunities available to local sub-contractors and suppliers
  • Learn how the School’s free resources can help you tackle some of these challenges, ultimately helping you to better meet customer requirements
  • Network with other regional suppliers and main contractors
  • Receive new guidance on waste performance procurement wording, which is being demanded by your customers
  • Gain practical advice on how to implement this guidance at PQQ and tender stage, maximising your chance of winning new business
  • Receive free support on improving waste performance from Resource Efficient Scotland

The event is free to attend, but places are limited so

book your space today.

Resource Efficient Scotland is a programme from Zero Waste Scotland. Free support to business is funded by the Scottish Government and by the European Regional Development Fund through the £73 million Resource Efficiency Circular Economy Accelerator Programme.



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