Chamber Foundation and Arizona State University to Collaborate on Effort that Enables Communities to Optimize Local Recycling Systems
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In partnership with IBM, over the past three years CCC has conducted an analysis of how a company’s corporate
The concept of the circular economy has gained significant momentum in the past couple of years.
The American Chemistry Council (ACC) and our members are committed to playing a key role in driving sustainability through chemistry and the systemic transition to a circular economy and sustainable development, in which resources and
Using every possible resource is what circular economy means to me and to many of the corporate partners I’ve collaborated with. The amount of waste that goes into landfills is minimized when products are designed to use recycled materials and with the use of less packaging.
Until recently, we have lived in a linear economic system that operates under a “take, make, and dispose” phi
The concept of the circular economy is not new.
The circular economy is an effort to reconceptualize material and energy flows through our economy.
Consumers make purchasing decisions swiftly.
As the circular economy (CE) moves from the margins to the mainstream, companies across industries are beginning to implement circular products, services, and business models. But this transformational approach remains nascent—particularly in U.S.