Our Supporters are local authorities, private sector companies and other intermediary support networks who believe in the value of the third-sector circular economy in Scotland. View our Supporters below and scroll to the bottom of the page to join our Supporter network.
COST: SUPPORTER MEMBERSHIP
If you are a local authority, waste management company, private sector small to medium enterprise (SME) or individual that supports the work of Circular Communities Scotland and our Members, then you can become a Supporter.
Supporters receive the following member benefits:
- Membership Pack (including certificate)
- Free access to Circular Communities Scotland regional forums and thematic seminars
- Member rates for Circular Communities Scotland annual conference
- Communications support
Find out more about Supporter Membership here.
Our membership year is the calendar year (January to December) if you join part way through the year your supporter membership fee will be pro-rata’d for the number of months remaining during the year.
SUPPORTER MEMBER Fees
|Supporter Member Category||Annual Fee|
|Local Authority / Public Sector||£500|
|Below micro-entity reporting requirements|
Defined by Companies House as meeting 2 of 3 tests:
– less £632k turnover
– less 10 employees
– less £316 on balance sheet
|Private Sector with an annual turnover of less that £100k||£100|
|Third Sector Intermediary Support Organisation||Reciprocal Fee Arrangement|
Apply to join Circular Communities Scotland
Please complete the following form to start your application to Circular Communities Scotland:
We will contact you with a simple application form, please complete and return it as directed. Your application will then go through our internal verification process, we may ask you some supplementary questions and all applications are subject to final Trustee approval.
All members are expected to:
- Support the growth of the community resource management sector
- Demonstrate a commitment to the principles of Zero Waste and the Circular Economy
- Share knowledge and information with Circular Communities Scotland and other members
- Consider collaboration and partnership with other members
- Seek to avoid unfair or inappropriate competition with other members
- Strive to achieve local accountability in the delivery of their services
- Support the creation of local employment and volunteering opportunities
- Strive to be well governed and managed organisations
- Seek to operate in a sustainable and ethical manner