Using dematerialization and eco-design, one European manufacturer was able to reduce doses of household cleaning products and therefore reduce chemicals, packaging materials, inbound and outbound freight and end of life treatment of wastes.
In recognition of its actions and commitment to sustainability, Schneider Electric has been featured in CDP...
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Businesses are transforming their way of working to optimize resources and reduce emissions, and moving from linear to circular economic models.
Schneider Electric demonstrates leadership in circular economy by achieving the international Cradle to Cradle certification in silver for its switches and sockets.
Schneider Electric CEO shares how prioritizing the circular economy principles has made the company more competitive in costs and value proposition.
Schneider Electric has been named the Best Global Sustainable Supply Chain organization, putting Schneider Electric ahead of its peers in terms of operating a greener and fairer supply chain.
Learn more about Schneider Electric's contributions to the circular economy conversation, in partnership with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation.
Experts from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory help us get to the heart of the renewables end-of-life debate.
In recognition of its actions and commitment to sustainability, Schneider Electric has been featured in CDP's Climate A List and the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World.
With an ambitious commitment of sending zero waste to landfill from its stores, distribution centers and head offices, a global fashion retailer is helping to develop a restorative circular economy.
There is a growing movement among global organizations to focus on certifiable Zero Waste to Landfill solutions. Learn more from our experts on what zero waste is and why companies benefit.
The Earth's resources are finite, making the importance of developing sustainable ways to operate increasingly urgent. The Circular Economy is one way that many companies are taking the lead.
Setting zero waste targets is now seen as a business imperative, especially for manufacturers that are heavily reliant on raw materials.
With innovative energy and resource management, and onsite renewables, Whirlpool Corporation is building better products and better communities.
Transitioning to a circular economy not only contributes to climate action, but can have significant economic benefits as well.