At the 2018 National Zero Waste Conference, thought leaders from around the world will highlight the successes, pitfalls, and opportunities they see – as the shift to zero waste principles and circularity gains momentum. If you want to understand the circular economy, the 2018 Zero Waste Conference gave you an informed perspective on key issues such as: Materials and Design Innovation, Business Model Transformation, Digital Technologies Enabling Change, Plastics Innovation, and Food Loss and Waste.
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