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The ECOR manufacturing process allows for the conversion and upcycling of low value, often problematic, waste resources into a high performance building materials.
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New Balance

NewSKY, a New Balance shoe design, is composed of a high quality polyester fabric called Eco-fi created from post-consumer plastic bottles.
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Southwest Airlines

Southwest Airlines and textile and accessories upcycler Looptworks, have turned Southwest airplane seats into LUV Seat weekender duffle bags, shoes, and soccer balls.
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Hilton Worldwide

The 1,574-room Hilton Anaheim recently recycled more than 2,500 mattresses as part of the chain’s mattress recycling program, which is one of the largest in the country.
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Tarkett

Tarkett's ReStart Program allows flooring installation professionals to return and recycle old flooring instead of sending it to landfill. It is a complete program that educates the installer and gives them the tools, and incentives, to return the used products back to Tarkett for reuse.
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Etology

By using item level tags to sort apparel and textiles at the end of their lives, Etology enables the cascade of each type of textile to more suitable and higher-value applications than is the case today.
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Shaw Industries

Shaw Industries set out to create a more environmentally responsible alternative to traditional PVC-backed carpet tile. The result was EcoWorx, which would become the world’s first Cradle to Cradle Certified carpet tile.
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Tarkett

For more than a century, Tarkett has been making linoleum flooring with great care and attention using the same manufacturing process and renewable raw materials such as linseed oil, resin, jute, wood and cork flour.
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Procter & Gamble

Procter & Gamble announced that it has teamed up with TerraCycle and SUEZ, the largest waste management company in Europe, to source, develop and put out the first fully recyclable shampoo bottle made from up to 25% recycled beach plastic for the shampoo brand, Head & Shoulders.
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Levi Strauss & Co.

Levi’s® Waste Less collection is made of 20 percent post-consumer waste- specifically, recycled plastic bottles. To date Levi’s has used 11.9 million recycled bottles for products such as Levi’s 511 jeans and jackets.
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Patagonia

Patagonia and the TAL Group save cotton scraps by sweeping the floors of their factories in China and Malaysia—saving hundreds of tons of useable cotton in the process. This cutting-room scrap is then spun into fully functional fabrics.
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Patagonia

Patagonia Recycled Down Collection is a garment collection using a mix of 600-fill-power goose and duck down reclaimed from cushions, bedding and other used items that can’t be resold.
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Novelis

Novelis, the world’s largest rolled aluminum company, expressed its intention to adopt an almost entirely closed-loop manufacturing system in which 80% of the aluminum it uses in its beverage cans, automobile parts and specialty products would be recycled material.
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Alaska Airlines

Partnering with Looptworks, Alaska Airlines has turned its used seats into handbags and purses.
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Republic Services

Republic’s industry-leading All-in-One Recycling program accepts all recyclables in one container at work or at home, and our advanced sorting equipment ensures that recyclables are processed responsibly and reliably.
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Novelis

Novelis is leveraging aluminum’s unique properties to meet the needs of our customers, while also providing them with solutions to reduce the risks associated with growing global carbon constraints.
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HP

HP’s first-of-its-kind closed-loop recycling program for print supplies was designed in collaboration with key recycling and materials suppliers and partners. Through this program, returned ink cartridges are disassembled and separated into metals, plastics, and other materials.
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Dell

In partnership with Goodwill Industries, Dell collects used electronics of any brand via our Dell Reconnect program at more than 2,000 locations across the United States. The products are then delivered to Dell’s Environmental Partner network for responsible reuse or recycling.
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Ecovative

Ecovative’s products are fully compostable alternatives to synthetic materials such as petroleum-based expanded plastics. They are made of mycelium grown in and around agriculture by-products, acting thereby as a glue, and can take any shape needed.
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Rabobank

As part of a company-wide effort to support clients in developing new, more sustainable, and cost-effective business lines, Rabobank invited nine companies to participate in an inaugural one-year Circular Economy (CE) Challenge.
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