According to the EPA, it’s estimated people spend approximately 90% of their time indoors. That’s why companies like Tarkett find it so important to ensure the materials that go into building the places we live, work, and play are designed in a way that promotes better health and well-being.
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[Editor's Note: IDEO will be speaking at our upcoming 2017 Sustainability and Circular Economy Summit: From Aspiration to Implementation.
At Sealed Air, sustainability is at the heart of everything we do, beginning in our operations and reaching every aspect of the company.
Creating a perfect world of circulating resources is an enormous challenge, but the benefits of being able to succeed with resource recovery and reuse are both exciting and imperative if our global community is to function with an improving quality of life.
[Editor's Note: Hugh Welsh, President & General Counsel of DSM North America, will be speaking at our 2017 Circular Economy Summit: From Aspiration to Implementation on the topic of disrup
[Editor’s Note: Edwin Piñero, President, The Piñero Group LLC will be speaking at our 2017 Circular Economy Summit: From Aspiration to Implementation on the topic of “Leveraging Natural Capita
[Editor’s Note: Ecolab will be speaking at our 2017 Circular Economy Summit: From Aspiration to Implementation on the Water Risk Monetizer.
[Editor's Note: UPS will be speaking at our 2017 Sustainability and Circular Economy Summit on June 26-28 in Washington, D.C.
At Sealed Air we are innovating ways to reduce waste and benefit society. Through partnerships with our customers, we have developed shared value programs that create a circular solution for discarded products, giving them new life.
Sometimes, all it takes is a spark to launch a potentially world-changing idea. Long eclipsed by coal, oil and renewables, wood is no longer regarded or used as a primary source of energy in the post-industrial world. Yet wood is still widely used for cooking in the developing world.