One of Europe’s leading poolers of sustainable #wooden #pallets to the retail supply chain is bucking a worrying global trend by working with customers as part of the #circular economy in order to reduce their #carbon footprint by more than one million unnecessary miles every year. According to a new The Circularity Gap Report 2020 launched this week in Davos at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum only 8.6% of economies operate ‘circularly’. And, for the first time
With 2020 expected to see major growth in compliance, leading testing, inspection and certification authority, #BureauVeritas, has revealed that a focus on tackling #climate #change, ‘#bigdata’ and #ethical #supply #chains will be the key trends in the year ahead. Despite concerns over Brexit and a slowing economy, recent findings from #HSBC show almost half of UK companies are planning to increase their environment related spending between now and summer 2021. The study, whi
#SmurfitKappa is making significant progress in its journey towards becoming a fully #sustainable and #circular business, according to its latest Sustainable Development Report (SDR) which has just been published. The company reached a number of key milestones throughout 2018 including the launch of its #BetterPlanetPackaging initiative which seeks to reduce packaging waste by creating more sustainable packaging solutions through design, innovation and recycling capabilities.
The #Walki Group is one of the pioneers in turning recycled mixed #plastic waste into certified #circular #polymers for the #packaging industry. The first products with circular polymers will be delivered to customers this year. For the Walki Group, launching a groundbreaking innovation in partnership with Sabic, a global leader in the chemical industry, is a solid step towards reaching the company’s sustainability goals. ‘Today more than 80% of our products are made out of r