With a longstanding vision of timeless style, Ralph Lauren has a unique approach to adopting circular business practices. From investing in scalable technologies to reimagining some of the Company’s most iconic products, Ralph Lauren’s comprehensive circularity strategy orients around three pillars: design for circularity, establish circular experiences for consumers and advance a circular product economy.
CALHOUN, Ga., May 3, 2021 /3BL Media/ —Mohawk Group announces the launch of Data Tide, an innovative collection of modular carpet planks that seeks to explore the symbiotic relationship between nature and data through the visualization of water.
Some municipalities across the U.S. are struggling to sustain recycling programs that maximize the materials that can be placed in curbside bins. From New York to Washington state, Alabama to Utah, Arkansas to Arizona, and numerous points in between, localities have weighed trimming back recycling efforts, underscoring broad-based dysfunction.
One essential element for any federal fix must be to develop robust domestic markets for recyclables.
Intel’s circular economy strategy is extending product lifecycle, maximizing recovery value and reducing environmental impact.
What’s New: Teams across Intel’s Global Supply Chain (GSC) organization have collaborated to ensure that less than 1% of product materials returned to Intel end up in a landfill, according to a newly released white paper. In addition to environmental benefits from these efforts, Intel’s circular economy strategy delivered $30 million in added value in 2020.
Automaker to Bring Zero Landfill Practices to Subaru Park to Make History as a Leader in Environmental Sustainability
CHESTER, Pen., April 22, 2021 /3BL Media/-- Subaru of America, Inc., in partnership with the Philadelphia Union, today announced that the automaker will bring its established zero landfill knowledge to Subaru Park, home of the Union, making it the first zero landfill stadium in MLS.
In this episode of the CGF Podcast, host Louise Chester speaks to Markus Stripf, SpoonGuru, Georgie Altman, Google and Emma Burton, Price Waterhouse Cooper to find out more about a new report recently published by their respective companies. “An Appetite for Opportunity”, examines how consumers are increasingly making choices based on goals ranging from healthier living and ethical consumerism to greater convenience and stricter budgeting. Tune in to find out more about the findings of the report, and the implications and opportunities for the consumer goods industry.