SMEs and Start-ups: Smart waste reduction solutions for your community

8th September 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Our communities are under severe pressure during the crisis but there have been a few positives, less pollution, less waste and increased awareness and support for the vulnerable amongst others.

So how do we make sure that we don’t lose these positives but use technology (smartphone apps etc) to help in the Recovery Phase and Build Back Better?

In the second of three virtual Zoom workshops/hackathons at 16.00-18.00 on Tuesday 4 August, hosted by Tony Hart Smart Oxford and Oxfordshire Greentech, we will focus on waste reduction and the circular economy, so bring along your ideas and get involved.

Please pre-register by sending your name and email address to thart@oxford.gov.uk

 

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8th September 2020
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