Elisabeth Beche
Elisabeth Beche
En charge du management des déchets et de l’économie circulaire


Après 5 années de développement commercial à l’international au sein de France Telecom Long Distance dans le domaine du mobile, Elisabeth s’est orientée vers la conduite de projets transversaux au sein de la Direction Environnement du groupe en 2005, dans un contexte de mise en place des premières réglementations relatives aux Déchets d’Equipements Electroniques et Electroniques. Elle a ensuite contribué à la création et à la diffusion de contenus audiovisuels d’Education au Développement Durable dans le secteur de l’édition scolaire durant 5 ans. Elle est maintenant en charge du projet d’Économie Circulaire au sein du groupe Orange. Elisabeth est par ailleurs particulièrement impliquée dans des projets collaboratifs en faveur de la librairie indépendante.

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