Sky's scheme was launched in March 2017: by allowing customers to trade in their mobile phones mid-contract, it is expected that this scheme will allow the company to retain the asset value of the returned products and contribute to better environmental practices.
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Circular Computing - creating a more ethical, sustainable and socially responsible way to buy enterprise IT
Circular Computing exists to create a more ethical, sustainable and socially responsible way to buy enterprise IT
Volpy is an all-in-one solution on the smartphone market: smartphones are assessed, bought back and exchanged directly through an app.
The aim of the CIRC-PACK project is to achieve a more sustainable, efficient, competitive, integrated and interconnected plastic packaging value chain, decreasing fossil-fuel dependence.
The Catalan Government considers that public procurement should be used as an instrument to support strategic policies in the transition towards CE.
After several years of research, a pilot plant has been constructed and gone into operation within Covesto’s project Cycles (funded by German Federal Ministry of Environment (BMUB)), to demonstrate the reuse of low-concentrated salt-containing wastewater streams.
Offcuts and wood waste generated during production at the Herman Miller production facility in Wiltshire is collected and delivered to Timberpak, utilising empty vehicle space and back loading to minimise their environmental footprint.
Production of organic, natural, luxury mattresses, toppers and bedding, using 100% biodegradable material wherever possible.
FISSAC project - Fostering Industrial Symbiosis for a Sustainable Resource Intensive Industry across the extended Construction Value Chain
The FISSAC project involves stakeholders at all levels of the construction and demolition value chain to develop a methodology and software platform, to facilitate information exchange, that can support industrial symbiosis networks and replicate pilot schemes at local and regional levels.
Delete’s Waste recycled products are manufactured by recycling and reusing materials created at Delete’s demolition locations.