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In light of the current glut of toxic e-waste, the fastest growing sector of the countrys waste stream, the nations leading electronics recycler is steppin…
Social wellbeing and community, not wider economy, uppermost in people’s concerns over sustainability policies.
We try to post a new blog at least once a week, just to share our insights into the world of sustainability strategy and what it takes to be a sustainability consultant or professional today. Here are our most-read posts from August.
New chemical recycling process preserves material performance without downgrading. Sustainability is becoming more important to consumers. As a result, manufacturers and engineers are beginning to look for more ways to build sustainability into the life cycle of products. One concept gaining traction is the circular economy. According to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, an organization dedicated to promoting a circular economy is one that focuses on the principles of designing out waste and pollution, keeping products and materials in use, and regenerating natural systems. For products made from commodity plastics, a transition toward a more circular economy could mean less packaging, a transition from nonrecyclable materials such as composites or multi-materials to more recyclable alternatives, and an increased use of recycled materials.
Velocys has welcomed the publication of a letter to the UK Chancellor from a cross-party group of MPs, calling for the Government to enhance investment in aviation decarbonisation. The letter stated the importance of synthetic fuels as the realistic practical solution to lower carbon emissions and meet net zero targets.