Day: May 24, 2019

The Circular Economy Team May 24, 2019

Liquid Technology, an industry-leading IT asset disposition service provider, recently announced that they will be hosting their annual Earth Day event in collaboration with Marcus Partners, a real estate and commercial property firm, for a fourth consecutive year. To help combat the damaging effects of improper e-waste disposal, Liquid Technology holds this yearly event offering tenants of the Merritt 7 office park in Norwalk, CT the opportunity to safely and ethically recycle their unwanted IT assets. Global environmental concerns are on the rise, and e-waste disposal has become a critical consideration as the IT industry grows.

The Circular Economy Team May 24, 2019

HTF MI comprehensive and detailed 111-page research study on Global Single-use Bioprocessing Sensors and Probes provides a significantly expanded scope with deeply analyzed conclusions and content that includes an industry relevant database of major existing Single-use Bioprocessing Sensors and Probesmanufacturers/players in each region, analysis of 11 leading national markets, important regions [North America, United States, Canada, Mexico, Asia-Pacific, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Europe, Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain, Russia, Central & South America, Brazil, Rest of Central & South America, Middle East & Africa, GCC Countries,.

The Circular Economy Team May 24, 2019

E-waste Management Wiseguyreports.Com Adds “E-waste Management 2019-2025 Global Market Survey Industry Key Players – Aurubis AG, Boliden AB, Stena Technoworld AB, Electronic Recyclers” To Its Research Database E-waste Management Market 2019-2025 Description: – In 2018, the global E-waste Management market size was million US$ and it is expected to reach million US$ by the end of 2025, with a CAGR of during 2019-2025.

The Circular Economy Team May 24, 2019

Hay Festival embraces a new reusable beverage cup to replace the single-use paper cup Hay Festival embraces a new reusable beverage cup to replace the single-use paper cup as part of the festival’s on-going sustainability programme. With a clear majority of ‘on the go’ cups being non-recyclable, consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the negative environmental impact they are causing and are now committing to using sustainable alternatives.

The Circular Economy Team May 24, 2019

Restaurants and businesses in Ventura are pledging to ditch single-use straws as part of the “Strawless Summer Challenge” launched by the Ventura County chapter of Surfrider Foundation, which seeks to raise awareness of the damage wrought by non-recyclable plastics and, in particular, straws. Come this weekend, one of Ventura County’s largest annual events will ditch straws as well when the Surf Rodeo kicks off in Ventura. As of July 10, Surfrider says that 19 restaurants in Ventura have committed to the pledge, becoming straw-by-request, paper-straw-by-request or offering no straws entirely, and two in Ojai. 

The Circular Economy Team May 24, 2019

A new business intelligence report released by HTF MI with title “Global E-waste Recycling Market Status and Future Forecast 2015-2024 Market” has abilities to raise as the most significant market worldwide as it has remained playing a remarkable role in establishing progressive impacts on the universal economy. The Global E-waste Recycling Market Report offers energetic visions to conclude and study market size, market hopes, and competitive surroundings.

The Circular Economy Team May 24, 2019

Summary The rapid technological evolution and adoption of consumer electronics highlights a growing need for adaptive methodologies to evaluate material consumption at the intersection of technological change and increasing consumption. While dematerialization and the circular economy (CE) have both been proposed to mitigate increasing material consumption, recent research has shown that these methods may be ineffective at achieving net material use reduction: When focused on specific products, these methods neglect the effects of complex interactions among and increasing consumption of consumer electronic products.