The largest sewage treatment plant in Scotland celebrates its 40th anniversary. The opportunity to look back at a great circular journey!
Our addiction to plastic has created a huge global problem. But new technologies and ventures are closing the plastic loop, bringing discarded plastics back into the supply chain as a raw material.
We spoke to Dr Manoj Dora and environmental writer Erich Lawson to understand what can be done to remedy the causes of food waste in manufacturing.
Multinational consumer goods, healthcare and industry firm 3M has today (6 December) unveiled a new requirement for all products it releases to be designed with “sustainability value” built in.
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Eni, has taken the first step in toward building industrial-scale plants to produce bio-oil from MSW as operations begin at a pilot plant located at the existing Gela refinery.
Global electronics industry needs to press reset button to curb world’s e-waste mountain, UN argues…
Coca-Cola, Marks & Spencer, Iceland and Innocent Drinks are just some of the major names taking to the stage as part of Packaging Innovations, Label&Print and Empack’s exclusive seminar programme.
The publication of Challenging Changes – my book about the relationship between the waste hierarchy and circular economy – gifted me many new experiences. Within a few months, I received interesting invitations to lecture and present at workshops and congresses in Stockholm,…
The transition to a circular economy will do more than save the planet – it will also create vast new economic opportunities, sometimes in the most unexpected places.
The European Parliament has voted for a ban on single-use plastic, on items for which alternatives already exist, in a bid to mitigate ocean pollution.
The circular economy has become, for many governments, institutions, companies, and environmental organizations, one of the main components of a plan to lower carbon emissions.In the circular……
Earlier this month, Glasgow declared its ambition to be the first Circular City in Scotland. It joins an ever-increasing list of cities worldwide, though chiefly in Europe and China, which are adopting circular economy agendas and strategies as a route to resource efficiency.