Eco-friendly sunglasses from Spain close the recycling loop
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The 2020 Olympic medals will be made from old smart phones, laptops and tablets
We spoke to Patrick Eve, Managing Director of ZigZag Global to explore ways to improve sustainability in the supply chain and increase revenue for retailers with reverse logistics.
Dissolved denim can be transformed into an aerogel.
A drinks company has developed flavoured, edible straws to complement its drinks while cutting down on plastic waste.
A material science startup company is focusing on recycling agricultural and post-consumer waste into high quality sustainable textiles.
A new modular conversion technology turns unsorted household waste into reusable raw material rendering future use of landfills obsolete.
A Belgium based company is creating circular furniture designs for children to help encourage them to recycle.
San Francisco is introducing new public toilets with modular pods that can be used as information kiosks and also recycle water.
A university team of researchers have found a new way to make recyclable materials out of used diapers.
Two Dutch entrepreneurs could solve the waste problem at music festivals with sustainable tents made from fully recycable cardboard.
An environmentally friendly cleaning brand has opened a pop-up to challenge customers to rethink the value of plastic waste.
Researchers have developed an enzyme that can digest certain types of plastics bringing new hope to end a ‘global crisis’.
A newly developed micro-factory can recycle e-waste on site to reduce environmental impact and enhance community benefits.
A UK company has developed an innovative recycling system to reduce chewing gum waste and create a new sustainable compound for the rubber and plastic industry.
Mobile app aims to incentivize people to recycle ‘single use’ plastic bottles and aluminium cans.
A new skyscraper in San Francisco could save nearly 30,000 gallons of water per day with its integrated sewage recycling system.
From credit cards and shopping bags to hair combs and water bottles, plastic has been integrated into every aspect of our lives. However, the manufactured material is leaving a harmful imprint upon our environment. As more businesses from all over the world announce their commitment to eliminating all single-use plastics from their operations, products and supply chain, we have selected 10 new innovative examples that bring about new ways of recycling plastic.
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A power plant in Sweden is converting to burning trash – including unusable clothing from retailer H&M.
A new company has devised a way to turn food and agricultural waste into bioplastics.
A compostable to-go drink container uses a three-step origami process to replace the need for plastic lids.
A new subscription service that works with multiple brands, allows customers to return their cups to any participating store.