In order to stop the overexploitation of natural resources, the economy needs to be more ‘circular’. Materials need to remain in the economy for as long as possible, through re-use and recycling loops. Our team works to enable safe loops, by promoting the early phase out of dangerous chemicals and transparency of the full chemical content of products.

Circular Economy

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