The Scottish Resources Conference brings together resource management professionals at the cutting edge of the circular economy.
Over two days, visionaries and enablers from the private, public and third sectors converge to hear from inspiring speakers; to discuss global trends, national policies, and local opportunities; to workshop solutions and to network with like-minded stakeholders striving to create a Scotland where resources are valued, and nothing is wasted.
Delivered in partnership by CIWM, Zero Waste Scotland and SEPA, this year’s conference programme is built on the topics that have catapulted our ambitions into the hearts and minds of the global public and the front pages of national newspapers.
Attended by CEOs, policy makers, researchers, graduates, SMEs, local authorities, waste managers, regulators and third sector organisations, this is the only conference of its kind which brings together the stakeholders necessary to deliver Scotland’s circular economy ambitions.
Get up to speed with the latest legislation, update your knowledge and hear best practice examples, or simply be inspired and learn something new, the Scottish Resources Conference will enable you to be part of the driving force in making the circular economy a reality in Scotland.
Iain Gulland, Chief Executive, Zero Waste Scotland:
“Scotland is leading the way globally in progress towards a circular economy. The Scottish Resources Conference is the place where lots of the ideas that have led to that progress were developed.
The resource management sector is vital in realising our ambitions and the programme this year covering policy and innovation across key materials and sectors make the event unmissable.”
Sponsorship and exhibiting
There are a range of exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities available, bring your brand to the forefront of the regions largest gathering for resource and waste professionals. Find out more about exhibiting and sponsoring.
The conference will take place at Perth Concert Hall. The venue is outstanding for conferences, conventions and exhibitions. Find out how to get to the Perth Concert Hall here.