dinsdag 12 november 2019

Rotterdam – towards a circular port

Rotterdam – towards a circular port
In terms of size and location, the Port of Rotterdam is strategically well-positioned to develop into a circular hub. The local industry, logistics sector and surrounding region are all major consumers of raw materials and generates a wide variety of waste flows. Valorising and recycling these residual flows offers Rotterdam new economic opportunities and societal […]
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New Report: Recommendations for Policymakers Towards a Circular Textiles Industry
The Fibersort project aims at realising the widespread implementation of the automated sorting technology by validating it as a key value adding innovation to enable textile-to-textile recycling. While the challenges and opportunities of used textiles are increasingly in the spotlight of governments, industry, and civil society, considerable system changes are required to transition towards a...
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