Today, the environmental company Ragn-Sells will be participating in UNECE 69th Commissions meeting; a two-day long meeting where 56 nations will try to unite to set voluntary circular ambitions. Pär Larshans, Head of Sustainability at Ragn-Sells will talk about barriers for trade and the most important - how wastewater treatment plants in today's linear economy can become resource plants in a circular economy.
- We are looking forward to sharing our knowledge with all 56 nations. In order to transform into a circular economy, we will need collaboration between society, policy makers and business, says Pär Larshans, Head of Sustainability at Ragn-Sells.
Together with Svenskt Vatten (Swedish Water) and EasyMining, Ragn-Sells have identified seven important policy recommendations in order to create Resource treatment plants out of today’s wastewater treatment plants.
Read the proposal for “From Wastewater Treatment Plants to Resource Plants”
These proposals will be presented at today’s commission's meeting that will be broadcasted live via UN Web TV - The United Nations Live & On Demand, starting at 10.00.
For more information, please contact:
Pär Larshans, Head of Sustainability, Ragn-Sells
+46(0)70-927 29 63, firstname.lastname@example.org
Emma Ranerfors, Press officer, Ragn-Sells
+46(0)10-723 24 16, email@example.com
The Ragn-Sells Group is a privately held corporate group, operating companies in four countries. Since 1966, we've been involved in waste management, environmental services and recycling. We collect, treat and recycle waste and residual products from businesses, organizations and households.