MODOS Circular Economy and Sustainability Programme for SMEs and Microenterprises
Understanding the circular economy is something that all Irish businesses need to do, especially with the increased pressure to reduce waste and carbon emissions and offer environmentally friendly products and services. As business owners re-examine their business models and supply chains post-COVID this is the perfect time to apply circular economy thinking.
MODOS is an online circular economy training programme for SMEs all over Ireland run by the Waste Management Plan Lead Authority (WMPLA) and the Economic Development Office of Dublin City Council (DCC). It’s taking place during September and October 2020, with a free 1-hour taster session on Friday 28th August.
For details and to book your place visit https://bit.ly/3kwD6ia
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