14/11/2017 11:59

Sustainable Shipping by AkzoNobel

Shipping is by far the world’s most efficient form of transport but, because more than 85% of the world’s traded goods travel by sea, it still has a major environmental impact. Shipping is a big sector; the approximately 100,000 ships account for...

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14/09/2017 09:39

Metsä Group's Industrial Symbiosis in the Forest Industry

An industrial ecosystem at Äänekoski, Finland concretizes the circular economy with valuable synergies. The industrial ecosystem in Äänekoski, Finland, generates added value by using wood-based and other resources wisely in cooperation with part...

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14/08/2017 09:34

Polystyrene Loop: Demonstrating the economic and technical viability of closed-l...

Polystyrene (PS) Foam is used for a broad range of products and applications and predominantly used as insulation in the construction sector. Until 2015, a large portion of the PS Foam used for insulation included the flame-retardant HBCDD. In the Eu...

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28/07/2017 09:00

Re-Match: Bringing New Life to artificial Turf

As the first company in the world to do so, the Danish company Re-Match has developed a separation process which makes it possible to recycle 99 per cent of worn out artificial turf used in soccer pitches, golf courses, playgrounds etc. By using a pa...

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25/07/2017 09:01

VICAT ECO-VALORISATION: VICAT’S global solutions for demolition waste

VICAT offers two types of examples in the circular economy:solutions for all types of waste around a cement plant in order to develop an industrial and economical local network. a global offer regarding deconstruction/demolition waste on a building...

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24/04/2017 12:01

Polski Koncern's by-products for chemicals and refineries

ORLEN Group Companies located in Plock are involved in materials recovery and their further reprocessing in order to obtain valuable materials for other purposes. It increases the efficiency of processes, helps to protect natural resources, and reduc...

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24/04/2017 11:24

Kemira's industrial symbiosis in Sweden

Industry Park of Sweden (IPOS) is an industrial park owned and operated by Kemira in Helsingborg, Sweden. The business idea of IPOS is industrial symbiosis. In other words, by innovative resource co-operations create added value to reduce costs and e...

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11/04/2017 15:30

Solvay's Sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) reuse program

Sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) must be recovered and recycled Solvay Fluor offers a worldwide recycling service for SF6 in Bad Wimpfen (Germany) and in Onsan (South Korea). The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) has recognised ...

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11/04/2017 12:34

North Sea Resources Roundabout: Creating a Market for Secondary Raw Materials

The transition towards a circular economy gives us an opportunity to reinvent our economy and create new competitive advantages for Europe on a sustainable basis. Entrepreneurship and innovation are essential to enable this transition. Action and new...

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11/04/2017 12:10

HP's recycled ink cartridges

Hewlett-Packard Company’s earliest closed loop recycling activities began with creating HP toner cartridges with plastic recycled from the HP Planet Partners program in 2000. Leadership with closed loop plastics recycling expanded in 2005 when the ...

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11/04/2017 11:51

Covestro's reuse of CO2 in the plastics production

Covestro has developed an innovative technology that allows using CO2 as raw material for the production of chemical building blocks for high-quality plastics. The most widely known of the numerous possible applications for these building blocks, cal...

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11/04/2017 11:44

Caterpillar's remanufacturing of end-of-life components

Remanufacturing is an exchange business: Customers return their end-of-service-life component to the original manufacturer, and get a remanufactured component in exchange. These end-of-service-life components are called ‘cores‘, and can r...

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