No resource has more circular potential than water. When we maximize the potential of water by recycling, reusing, and repurposing it, the possibilities for its use are endless. Yet the way water is used—and abused—today is depleting available supplies of freshwater at an unprecedented rate.
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As the world’s largest grocer, Walmart is working to reduce food waste from farm to fork.
At Tetra Pak, we’ve known for some time that use of renewable materials can play an important role in reducing the strain on the planet’s natural resources.
Rubicon is bringing technology and data to the $1 trillion global waste and recycling industry, and thereby realigning incentives to divert waste from landfills and promote a more circular economy.
Extending the life cycle of products beyond one singular use is critical to societies’ long-term success. To achieve this, however, we must shift how consumers and businesses purchase, operate, and create guests’ experiences.
One of the most impactful changes is coming soon and will land right under your feet. At DSM we support the move toward a circular economy to address resource scarcity and stimulate business growth.