The CEIC programme is underpinned by four key principles.
Building towards zero waste through increasing understanding of circular economy
Creating Communities of Practice to enable public service practitioners to work together to co-create solutions to existing challenges
Creating cohorts of Welsh public and third sector managers to enhance innovation knowledge and skills
Supporting public service managers to operationalise the Well-being of Future Generations Act
CEIC webinar from Simon Wright on Putting local food on the public plate - recording now available
CEIC Research Paper awarded Best Developmental Paper 2021
CEIC establishing themselves as leaders in Circular Economy Research and Innovation in Wales
Anne Velenturf -Webinar recording -Circular Economy and Net Zero Two sides to the same coin"
Kidd3r Webinar- 15th September 2022 at 10:30am
What our clients have to say
"We’ve got real value from the tools and knowledge we’ve picked up from the programme. We’re just starting to see the environmental benefits and cost savings from our investment in industry 4.0 methods, which is really exciting for us here."
Senior Emerging Technology Engineer
Ford Bridgend Engine Plant
"The structure and mapping are leading to a new mindset and new ideas. We have a completely new way of looking at what we are going to do to address a problem... We are talking about partnership with another company [to develop new products] which we would never have talked about before…”
Senior Innovation Manager
Dwr Cymru Welsh Water