The big idea

The Circular Economy Summit 2024 gathers industry leaders, policymakers, and sustainability experts to foster sustainability and resource efficiency. In a time of growing environmental concerns and resource scarcity, this conference provides a platform for stakeholders to share insights, strategies, and best practices for transitioning towards a circular economy model.

The summit offers businesses a unique opportunity to explore innovative approaches to reducing waste, optimising resource utilisation, and enhancing product life cycles. Embracing circular economy principles not only aligns with environmental responsibility but also opens up new avenues for cost savings and revenue generation through product redesign, reuse, and recycling. Companies can forge valuable partnerships, gain access to emerging markets, and position themselves as leaders in sustainability, all of which are essential in today's competitive global landscape.

For the public sector, the summit is an essential forum for shaping policy frameworks that support the transition to a circular economy. Government leaders will learn from successful case studies, engage in dialogues with industry experts, and collaborate with businesses to create incentives and regulations that promote sustainable practices. Additionally, attendees will learn how embracing circular economy principles can contribute to job creation, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and mitigate the ecological impact of industrial activities, aligning with broader sustainability goals and demonstrating responsible governance.

The Circular Economy Summit 2024 serves as a catalyst for innovation and collaboration, driving positive change by aligning the interests of businesses and government in pursuit of a more sustainable and prosperous future.

"Insightful and motivating"
- Senior Advisor - Environment, OZ Minerals (past Resource Recovery Summit attendee)

“Great opportunity to connect with others who are passionate about improving resource recovery and waste management in Australia.”
-Team Leader – Project Management, Cardno (past Resource Recovery Summit attendee)

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