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    APSRG hosts panel on Brexit and Sustainable Resource Policy at RWM in Birmingham

     On Thursday, 15th September, the APSRG was proud to host a public conversation with leading policy makers on sustainable resource policy after Brexit at RWM in Birmingham. The panel discussion aimed to tackle some of the biggest and most urgent questions facing the sustainable resource and waste industry as a result of Brexit. The speakers Mary Creagh MP, Chair of the Environmental Audit Committee (EAC), Dr Alan Whitehead MP, co-chair of the APSRG, and Amelia Womack, Deputy Leader of the Green Party, explored how Brexit will impact the future of resource, energy and environment policy in the UK. Read more
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    APSRG Manager judges at the National Recycling Awards

    Anne-Marie Benoy, Manager of the All-Party Parliamentary Sustainable Resource Group and the Sustainable Resource Forum, has been part of the judging at the National Recycling Awards this year. Anne-Marie was asked to sit on not one, but two judging panels across different categories. She took part in the marking / evaluating of 20 top quality applications and presentations alongside other the sustainability experts. Read more
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    APSRG Launches its latest publication on resource efficiency across supply chains

     The All-Party Parliamentary Sustainable Resource Group (APSRG) launched its latest publication Link to Link: Driving Resource Efficiency across Supply Chains on 9th February in Parliament. The report is a collection of expert essays that cover each stage of the supply chain, co-chaired by Barry Sheerman MP and Peter Aldous MP. It explores how resources can be better used to make supply chains more efficient and how waste can be cut along the supply chain.  Download report here  Read more
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    APSRG's work is recognised in the European Circular Economy package

    The APSRG is delighted that the Commission will revise legislative proposals on waste to establish more harmonised rules to determine when a secondary raw material should no longer be legally considered as ‘waste’ by clarifying existing rules on ‘end-of-waste’. This will provide operators with more certainty and a level playing field. As identified in the APSRG report Triple Win (2014), this will also  significant and positive impact on the remanufacturing industry. Products with potential to be remanufactured are often classified as waste, resulting in some remanufacturers being unable to use or access these products for remanufacture due to permitting reasons. These revisions should overcome this issue.

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    New 'Triple Win' Remanufacturing report published

    The APSRG's newest report 'Triple Win: The Social, Economic and Environmental Case for Remanufacturing' has been published.
    Written jointly with the All-Party Parliamentary Manufacturing Group, the report lays out more than twenty recommendations for government and industry action.

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