Ball Corporation is known for supplying innovative, sustainable aluminum packaging solutions for beverage, personal care and household products customers worldwide. In 2018, the Surfrider Foundation and the Ball Foundation – the philanthropic arm of Ball Corporation – began collaborating to foster environmental stewardship and elevate awareness around recycling through Ball’s financial and volunteer support for Surfrider’s mission.
In the north of England, a convicted crook has been ordered to pay £1,373,060 for defrauding government-backed recycling schemes of millions of pounds..
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We are raising funds to host an online multimodal, active transportation, and transit summit on November 23rd with in-person walk audits and bike rides.
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The need and the opportunity to transition to a circular economy—an economic model that is restorative and regenerative by design—have become clear to many industries over the last 5 years. Companies like Apple and Google are innovating or redesigning their products and services to minimize resources utilized in production and to promote reuse and recycling of their products. The scale of these efforts, however, is often constrained by barriers in the supply chain and ecosystem. For example, creating a product that is more easily recycled will do little to reduce environmental impact in the absence of recycling infrastructure or consumer awareness. Without collaborative action across sectors and across supply chains, these nascent efforts will fail to meet their full potential.