Maersk has been developing ways to build recyclable ships that can be dismantled and reused.
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Aerocircular provides green, service-only, economical end-of-life aircraft recycling and upcycling services to fleet owners.
RiVending is an innovative cycle of recovery and recycling of polystyrene cups, stirrers and PET bottles for vending machines in Italy.
The partnership between Herning and DFD has led to a new circular business model for the work clothing used by the municipality’s technical operations department.
The Danish State procurement authority has signed an exclusive procurement contract with the furniture brand Duba-B8, whereby all office furniture must be able to be disassembled into parts and reused several times.
Marealis uses discarded prawn shells from the seafood industry to make a natural supplement that can lower blood pressure.
RecyOuest is a green economy start-up that recycles contaminated filamentary thermoplastics such as agricultural nets and twines.
PURROT is a filter that can mechanically separate organic matter and nutrients from liquid, without using chemicals.
The Croatian project titled "Responsible Business for a Clean World" involves collecting unused soap in hotels and sending it to a soap factory, where it is cleaned, sterilised and recycled into new soap products, which are then offered back to customers at the hotel.
Purified Metal Company can responsibly process contaminated steel scrap into a high-quality raw material.