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SMARTER PRODUCTS AND SERVICES KEY TO RESOURCE-EFFICIENT

A European Environment Agency (EEA) report published today stresses that ‘circular’ business models cannot rely on smarter product design alone, but will also require the development of related support services and recycling infrastructure.

TELEFONICA DIGITIZES THE MANAGEMENT OF ITS WASTE TO BOOST THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY

Humanity generates 1 billion tons of waste annually. Switzerland is the country that most recycles, 52%. And the garbage is increasing. If all e-waste materials were recovered, they would earn 52.000 millions, and more importantly, environmental pollution and health risks would be avoided. Circular economy addresses this problem.

NORAUTO SPAIN RECYCLE 99% OF ITS RECOVERED TIRES AND BATTERIES

Norauto Spain, emphasizes the importance of working at both an individual and a collective level to minimize the environmental impact. At a delicate time when attempts to reach a climate change pact failed and on the occasion of World Environment Day on 5 June.

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