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EuRIC and FEAD have offered their full support to the European Parliament’s draft report to make it mandatory to produce beverage containers with at least 25% of recycled plastics by 2025….
Henkel, parent-company of Schwarzkopf, has announced it is taking decisive steps towards sustainable packaging.
Research by Tuck professor Laurens Debo investigates optimal scenarios for recycling electronics and discovers uncommon coalitions between competing firms….
Unilever and Veolia announced that they have signed a collaboration agreement to jointly work on emerging technologies that will help create a circular economy on plastics across various geographies, starting in India and Indonesia.
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KASEY Hou set up her repairable flatpack toaster business, Pivoke, to tackle the growing problem of e-waste as part of a student project when she……
The Environmental Services Association (ESA) has today (20 August) launched the second of two new reports looking at what it will take to meet the (weight based) recycling targets proposed by the EU Circular Economy Package.
Unilever and Veolia have announced that they have signed a collaboration agreement to jointly work on emerging technologies that will help create a circular economy on plastics across various geographies, starting in India and Indonesia.
Companies of all sizes dedicate increasing shares of their capital and operating budgets to the acquisition of IT hardware and services. Disposition often remains an afterthought; and, as with most forgotten line items, there is often no budget attached to this part of the lifecycle.
Sims Recycling Solutions has moved to a larger facility in Jebel Ali due to high demand for services in the United Arab Emirates….
As e-waste inundates the globe, companies are scrambling to keep it out of landfills.
Crowds likely did a double-take this week as they streamed into Mobile World Congress, the largest mobile tech conference on the planet. And not because of the new gadgets. Activists took over the sidewalk in front of the MWC to (literally) illustrate the environmental impact of e-waste. As far as messages go, this one ain’t subtle. The 3D pavement art opens a chasm of e-waste under the feet of attendees.