How can a retail chain contribute to circular economy in practice? – Unconventional Circular Economy Working Group Meeting

Participants of the Circular Economy Platform’s off-site working group meeting explored the Tesco Sustainability Trail at the company’s Budaörs store.

At the event, Nóra Hevesi, Communication Lead, and Rita Frang, Head of Real Estate Services in Hungary, presented the participants the results of their sustainability efforts across six different areas. These areas included climate protection and energy efficiency, reuse and recycling, packaging, healthy choices, and more. The results of the collaboration for food rescue were presented by András Nagygyörgy, Director of External Relations at the Hungarian Food Bank Association, and Kirill Perepelica, Co-founder of Munch.

A WWF report titled “The Plate of Change – A diet for human health and the future of the planet” was recently completed, with key findings presented by Rita Rezneki, expert at WWF Hungary.

As closing, Irén Márta, Director of BCSDH presented the Circular Economy Platform’s program planned for 2024, which includes a significant focus on introducing international experiences to Hungary.

Additionally, participants had the opportunity to share their own experiences on the topic with each other.

Thanks to the sponsors of the Circular Economy Platform in 2024: