Circularity in Industry. How can waste volarisation add value...

‘Circularity in Industry. How can waste volarisation add value to organizations and supply chain?’

This was the theme participants was encountering at the 3rd iLEGO (Innovation Lean Effective Green Operation) workshop, hosted by Cardiff Business School at Cardiff University yesterday 15th January 2019 and organized by Prof. Maneesh Kumar & Dr. Vasco Sanchez Rodrigues. Key note speaker such as Sophie Howe, the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales and Dr Andy Rees, OBE were there to inform us of the challenges we face for our future. Andy Rees is championing the need to reduce the production of waste and Circular Economy for the built environment whilst Sophie Howe referenced the Well-being of Future Generation Act and urged us to look holistically on our sustainable development challenges (environmental, economic, social and culturally) and answer the problems through the five ways of working.

‘Make simple changes’, ‘Being adventurous’, ‘Stretch yourself’ and ‘Lead the way’ says Sophie and this will be the key words for 2019 at Oseng-Rees Reflection, along with the five ways of working: involvement, collaborations, long-term thinking, prevention and integration.  

3rd iLego Workshop hosted by Cardiff Business School

3rd iLego Workshop hosted by Cardiff Business School

Presentation by Dr Andy Rees, OBE

Presentation by Dr Andy Rees, OBE

Key note speaker by Sophie Howe, the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales

Key note speaker by Sophie Howe, the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales