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    Circular Seattle Day, by CEC Seattle – 29 October, 2019


    For the first time, Seattle will join 80+ cities around the world in hosting Circular Cities Week! Join other curious Seattleites for the very first “Circular Seattle Day.”


    This event will expand your knowledge around what circularity really means here in Seattle and in cities around the world. The day will highlight global and local businesses who are exploring and celebrating circular business practices, circular buildings and infrastructure, food and urban farming, and the sharing economy. This event will be held at the world headquarters of Starbucks, in the largest and oldest building in the country to earn a national green certification.


    The day will include presentations and discussions, running from 8:30am-3:30pm. Lunch is included.


    At 4pm, Westland Whiskey will offer a special circular-focused tour of their distillery (which includes a whiskey tasting) in their beautiful, reclaimed building. This is a separate ticket, and space is limited!


    Who is the event for?

    • Architects, Designers, Engineers and Makers
    • Established companies and Start-ups in the energy sector, agriculture, construction, textiles/fashion, electronics, renewable energies, etc.
    • Consultants, Business leaders and Strategists
    • Education professionals and Researchers
    • NGOs and professional associations
    • Supporters of the circular economy
    • Curious citizens of Seattle

    Note: CEC Seattle will take photos during the event and upload them to the CEC website to be used as promotion for this and future CEC events.


    Learn more at https://www.circulareconomyclub.com/circular-cities-week/


    About the Circular Economy Club (CEC): CEC is the international network of over 3,500 circular economy professionals and organizations in over 100 countries. CEC is global and open. Anyone can join for free online. The network gathers architects, engineers, business leaders, researchers and makers that are resetting the world standards.

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