Having a sustainable business model makes economic sense. Employees, shareholders and customers want businesses to be actively tackling environmental issues which can positively affect your bottom line.
York & North Yorkshire’s ambition is to be the UK’s first carbonnegative region – carbon neutral by 2034 and carbon negative by 2040
There are some simple steps that your business can take to be more sustainable including rethinking waste, looking at energy use, reviewing your supply chain and finding inventive ways to keep materials in use for longer.
Our ‘Circular-Economy: 6 benefits to business’ guides give immediate, cost-effective actions that you can take now. In addition, they provide details about how you can access further support to help you achieve your longer term goals.
Download our guides to see how your business could benefit.
- How to reduce waste costs
Read our guide to learn about waste disposal regulations, including how to earn revenue if you regularly dispose of food waste.
- How to increase efficiency and productivity
Using resources more efficiently is a cornerstone of the circular economy. Learn how Cleveland Steel built a new facility using reclaimed materials.
- How to be a standout brand
Consumers are increasingly looking for brands which have sustainability at their core. Stand out from the crowd with our free guide.
- How to create products with purpose
Design your products and processes around sustainability whilst maintaining quality and serving customer demand.
- How to build business resilience
Operate and build towards a greener recovery while tackling the difficulties that the COVID-19 pandemic and EU exit may bring.
Download all of the Circular economy: 6 benefits to business guides here, or use the links below to download the individual guides.
Join our free webinar to find out how you can save costs, increase efficiency and build resilience in your business with the circular economy
If you run a shop, restaurant, hotel or any other type of business that regularly find itself with food waste, you can turn this into a revenue stream through Too Good to Go.