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PlasticsToday Aug 12
offers free software tool EasyD4R for evaluating using verified third-party criteria
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Veolia 14 Apr 17
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Alstom 15 Nov 16
is proactive in design choices to favour recyclable materials & anticipate end-of-life
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Circle Economy Aug 11
. is challenging the industry and its heavy ecological footprint. This article explains how the company experiments with the of their jeans and how they are using hemp cotton in one of their new product lines.
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Circle Economy Aug 8
. just released a tool that can evaluate the of packaging. By evaluating packaging based on basic materials, closures, labels and colours, the software can determine the recyclability.
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A Plastic Planet 17 Jul 18
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Alcoa 16 Apr 13
Nearly 75% of all the aluminum ever produced since 1888 is still in use today.
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Covestro Jan 24
We're contributing to a closed-loop economy: With ® TPU filament and powder, shoes can be produced from only two 3D printed parts – and can easily be recycled. Learn more:
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PoweredByLeadBatteries 5 Jun 18
It’s ! Lead batteries are doing their part to with nearly 100% of plastic components. Discover more:
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Alstom 21 Sep 17
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Alstom 16 Nov 16
for targets energy efficiency, & recoverability, noise and air emissions reduction, end-of-life management
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GoodNewsfromFinland 11 Apr 18
"Finland’s forests hold the key to a sustainable future", says Susanna Winqvist, project manager in Uusi puu, in this week's :
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Fashion for Good 27 Feb 18
.'s Front Runner initiative is testing which types, and what shares, of recycled materials can be used without compromising the quality and durability of the brand’s products, and to test design for
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Avery Dennison 28 Jan 16
CleanFlake reduces contamination, allowing for true bottle .
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Ruinart Winemakers Feb 19
A "second skin" because it follows the lines of the bottle’s emblematic curves and allows the integrity of the Ruinart flavour to be preserved until tasting.
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Ruinart Winemakers Feb 20
Our Second Skin packaging is made from natural wood fibers from sustainably managed forests in Europe. It is 100% recyclable. We hope we can inspire and revolutionize the gift-box and cases market with this new packaging.
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Constructalia Mar 23
The exquisite Luxembourg Pavilion for …made with 170 tonnes of hot rolled structural steel IPE and HE sections from Europe – Long Products from recycled scrap as raw material.
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Fashion for Good Nov 19
Interesting perspective on designing for including the and limitations currently faced by companies - article by Nicoline Van Enter
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Biomimicry Institute 12 Nov 15
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Elena Scaroni 10 Apr 19
Very detailed presentation on on by Edouard Carteron , who is part of WG 5 on . Product-Specific standards may follow in 3-4 years. Conference in Copenhagen
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