The PRN market is changing for good with the launch of Circularety.
Many members and followers of ecosurety might have seen our recent pledge to help reform the PRN market published in the CIWM Journal. Over 13 years’ working with producers and re-processors has convinced us there must be a better way to increase transparency in the system.
This year we believe we have a way forward, a new solution for the PRN market that will introduce greater transparency and investment opportunities for producers and re-processors.
We will introduce this during an exclusive launch event in September at the Grand Connaught Rooms, London. The event includes dinner and networking opportunities, and importantly it is free to attend as we believe all stakeholders in the PRN market should have the opportunity to be there.
Our new solution is called Circularety. It will empower obligated producers and re-processors to revolutionise the PRN market, introducing unprecedented levels of transparency and investment opportunities in a giant step towards a circular economy for the waste industry.
After a presentation there will also be an opportunity to network with other producers and re-processors, as well as key influencers and industry commentators.
The free places are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis, and we have already received significant interest – so please register soon if you want to be sure of a ticket. To secure your place, please use the link below.
On the Circularety website is also a brief report which summarises the main issues currently experienced inside the PRN market.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Circularety event details
27 September 2016
Grand Connaught Rooms, 61-65 Great Queen Street, London, WC2B 5DA
7.00pm – Drinks reception
8.00pm – Dinner and presentation
10.30pm – Drinks and networking
James Piper is a non-executive director of Ecosurety, having previously taken on the role of CEO for nearly five years when he was now focused on leading the development of new products and services that not only benefited producers, but helped to drive change for good and a positive impact on UK recycling.
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