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Putting the Circular Economy into Practice: Real World Examples

The circular economy aims to keep products, components, and materials at their highest utility and value at all times. In this way, “waste” does not have to be wasted, but rather may be used as an input for another process.

While a true circular economy may be many years from reality, companies and industries are increasingly putting its principles into practice. By establishing mutually beneficial and interdependent systems they are achieving the highest ideals of sustainable waste management and are leading the way to advance sustainability.

In this hour-long webcast, you’ll learn how companies are applying the principles of the circular economy to their business. Among the topics:

  • How manufacturers are striving for a circular economy and devising unconventional uses for everyday waste
  • How companies are using new depackaging technologies and processes to reuse, recycle and recover materials that are not traditionally recyclable.
  • How to best deal with residual material that is not recyclable and how energy plays an important role in the circular economy



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