Developing Resource Efficient Business Models (REBus)

REBus Life plus logo'sThe REBus project aims to demonstrate how both large organisations and SMEs can work with their supply chains to implement resource efficient business models in four key markets: electrical and electronic products, clothing and textiles, furniture and construction products.  

REBus: Project Aims

The aim of REBus is to work with organisations across Europe to:

  • Develop an evidence base of existing circular economy models
  • Provide innovation support to businesses
  • Asses the commercial feasibility of alternate, resource efficient business models
  • Deliver pilots of more resource efficient business models

REBus website

To find out everything you need to know about resource efficient business models visit the REBus Website – a hub of resources dedicated to businesses using innovative and sustainable business models to succeed. 

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REBus and LIFE+

REBus is a European-wide initiative, funded by LIFE+ and led by WRAP working with a range of partners from the UK and the Netherlands – Rijkswaterstaat, the Knowledge Transfer Network, The University of Northampton and the Aldersgate Group. 

WRAP will match the LIFE+ funding to the resource efficient business models programme being delivered for Defra and the Welsh government.

WRAP’s other European partnerships

REBus is just one of a number of European projects WRAP is involved with.

Further information

Want to find out more about REBus? Why not contact one of our friendly experts and get some advice on how you can consider implementing a resource efficient business model.

Where next?

If you want to find out more about resource efficient business models, why not search our extensive knowledge-base for information about resource efficient business models in one of our key priority areas. 

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Greg Lucas

Key Account Manager
01295 817877

Vicky Bennett

Project Manager
01295 819900