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Being a positive force in communities is also a fundamental part of our sustainability strategy’s ‘Care for people’ pillar. As well as ensuring we minimise the environmental impact of our operations, we take part in community engagement projects and spread the message of ‘waste no more’.
Plastic is recyclable, but at a cost. That's why industries prefer low-price treatments. "We are wasting reusable materials,” says engineer Mathilde Taveau.
Renewi plc (LSE: RWI), the leading international waste-to-product business, announces its trading update for the period from 1 October 2020 to 31 December 2020 (“third quarter” or the “period”).
Solar panels on all branches, vegetable balls: all very nice. But that doesn't really make the impact that Ikea wants to make. We will only make a dent in the world if we are circular. If not, we'll just keep messing around in the margins
We also work tirelessly to minimise the impact of our operations on local communities and remain committed to managing and reducing emissions to air, land and water, and pollution of any kind.
The demand for resources for a separate waste collection has skyrocketed in the last year, says Willem Sterkenburg, director of Ecosmart, in an interview for the digital magazine 'Facilitaire Trends of 2021'.
Traffic accidents on public roads, processing plant failures, fire damages...
You read or hear criticism of the circular ambitions from companies and governments more and more often. Particularly on the use and juggling of terms such as “circular economy”, “corporate social responsibility” and “sustainability”.