Join the Zero Waste Scotland Circular Supplier Directory


1st March 2021

Zero Waste Scotland is in the exciting process of building an online directory of circular office suppliers! If you are a supplier and you have a circular product or business model for IT euipment, office furnitre, stationery or anything else, join in the directory and be featured on their map! Benefit from the promotion and get your green label out there!

A circular business designs products or services smartly with a product’s whole lifecycle in mind, this might include services like re-using and repairing products to extend their useful life, and then, when the product’s life is deemed over, remanufacturing it to create new product’s from old. You can find out more about circular procurement by watching our video.

Zero Waste Scotland are launching a new tool for circular businesses. It will be an interactive map to help businesses source products and services that are sustainable and circular.

The directory will be featured on their website, as well as partner’s websites, making it easier for customers to find you.

The deadline for registrations is 14th March.

Find out more or register your business here.

Circular Tayside

Circular Tayside is delivered by Zero Waste Scotland, Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce and Perthshire Chamber of Commerce. Circular Tayside is an initiative that: Raises awareness of the circular economy, the role the local businesses have to play in it, and how they will benefit. Facilitates collaboration amongst the local business community to enable our circular economy to develop. Supports individual businesses as they begin to identify and implement new and innovative approaches to businesses that support a transition to a circular economy Brings together a group of Circular Tayside Ambassadors who will be leaders in their sectors and champions of the circular economy.

Zero Waste Scotland

Helping Scotland create a more #CircularEconomy & realise the economic, environmental & social benefits of using resources sustainably. #ScotGov & #ESIF funded.

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