RRRM Working Groups launched!

RRRM Working Groups launched!
RRRM Working Groups

As part of the Roundtable’s milestones towards developing a responsible recycling of metals roadmap, the RRRM has launched its Working Groups phase. Building on the needs assessment, landscaping work and mapping work, the Working Groups will define and prioritise the objectives and scope of the roadmap.  

The Working Groups consist of the RRRM Steering Group (SG) members, RRRM participant members who contribute to the RRRM Working Groups free of charge and other organisations who were introduced by other SG members, or declared their interest through the RRRM survey. 

The Roundtable’s Non-Ferrous Working Group (NFWG), which is sponsored by the International Copper Association (ICA), and the Shipbreaking and Steel Working Group (SSWG) held their first meetings on September 12th and September 15th, respectively. 

The Working Group phase is running between September-December 2023 exploring the following themes: 
  • Definitions and implications 
  • Due diligence sources, traceability and risks 
  • Risk mitigation and assurance 
  • Due diligence reporting 
  • Recommendations and feeding into the roadmap 
If your organization is interested in actively being involved in the RRRM Working Groups as a member, please contact us at

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