Water shortages, population growth, and competition for water supplies are driving water providers to consider reusing water to augment drinking water sources, and potentially go directly into drinking water treatment and distribution systems.
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The theme of this year’s Circular Economy (CE) Summit—“From Aspiration to Implementation”—captured both the yearning and the necessity to translate the noble ideals of circular
If you think about it, for the most part at least, our economy and the way we make and use goods tends to follow a rather linear process. Natural resources are extracted from the ground, turned into products, used by consumers, and thrown away.
I had the opportunity to experience attending the 2017 Circular Economy Summit hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.
The challenges of reverse logistics was a recurring theme throughout the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s 2017 Circular Economy Summit.
The event theme, “From Aspiration to Implementation,” drew over 250 business leaders from North America and Europe to share examples, learnings, challenges and stories of how to
[Editor’s Note: The U.S. Chamber Foundation’s 2017 Sustainability and Circular Economy Summit will be held on June 26-28 in Washington, D.C.
[Editor's Note: This case study will be featured in our upcoming circular economy case study report, released at our 2017 Sustainability and Circular Economy Summit June 26-
The circular economy promises big opportunities for companies to drive growth, performance, and innovation.