The Environmental Resource Forum was set up by environmental representatives within the North West, the original aim was to help the future provision of waste management in the Furness area which had an over-reliance on landfill disposal.Read More
The Environmental Resource Forum meet every two months. You are very welcome to join us for a meeting and see what we do to help the environment, in this section you can also find news of our charitable work carried out both in the UK and worldwide.Read More
Get in touch to become a member. We welcome all sizes of businesses and look forward to exchanging and discussing ideas and thoughts on how the forum can thrive and become an important point of focus for all things environmental and waste issues.Read More
The purpose of the Environmental Resource Forum is to promote sustainable waste management throughout South Cumbria and other local regions. The Environmental Resource Forum began in 1991; originally it was set up by environmental representatives of a wide range of organisations within North West England. The original aim was to help the future provision of waste management as the Furness area, as an isolated peninsula, had an over-reliance on virtually full traditional landfill disposal.
The Environmental Resource Forum (ERF) formed in response to the environmental pressures upon Furness and the impacts of industry, with a view to encouraging new solutions and sharing best practice. It has now evolved to form a valuable networking opportunity for businesses within the area. Sharing a common goal for a sustainable future, we aim to help each other in the efficient and environmentally responsible management of waste.