The opportunity for further collaboration has just been scaled with the joining of four new Circular Economy 100 (CE100) members at the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, namely Du Pont Biomaterials, Procter & Gamble, Lucart and MUD Jeans.
Carlsberg Group is making progress towards achieving a zero-carbon footprint and water wastage, a move the company believes will give consumers a greater tasting beer, while minimising the brand’s impact on the environment.
A semiconductor with organic and inorganic materials that can efficiently convert electricity into light and is also flexible and thin enough to make devices like mobile phones bendable, has been invented by engineers at the Australian National University (ANU).
Virgin Atlantic’s Boeing 747-400 G-VROM aircraft recently touched down at London Gatwick from Orlando, Florida, marking the very first time a commercial aircraft was flown using sustainable jet fuel made from recycled waste.
To celebrate International E-Waste Day on October 13, MRI E-cycle Solutions is offering one free e-waste collection for any business located in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Canberra.
Dr Christophe Lasseur, coordinator of the European Space Agency’s Micro-Ecological Life Support System Alternative (MELISSA), studies how to keep astronauts alive in space by recycling their waste products into water, oxygen, food and other materials.
James Cook University (JCU), in partnership with Townsville-based microbial bio-fertiliser provider VRM BioLogik, is leading the charge in the war against food waste a new and innovative technology to turn the waste stream into fertiliser.
MAUSER Group, a worldwide leading company in industrial packaging, have presented innovative and sustainable packaging solutions for a circular economy of tomorrow, during this year’s FachPack exhibition in Nuremberg, Germany.
Amcor has set out to transform the circular capability of flexible packaging with the launch of a new polyolefin barrier film, which is a platform technology for packaging a huge variety of products.
Nestle has pledged to make a significant increase in the amount of recycled plastics it uses in some of its packaging in the European Union.