Categorycircular economy

Satisfied Exhibitors and Visitors at K 2022’s Circular Economy Forum

At the Circular Economy Forum held as part of this year's world-leading trade fair for the plastics and rubber industry, K 2022, mechanical and plant engineering companies presented their technical innovations for integrating the circular economy into this industry. The platform was an inspiring example of how this important future topic can be given a stage – exhibitors and visitors agreed on this.

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Megatrend at drupa: The Circular Economy

Global consumption keeps skyrocketing and subsequently, mountains of waste are being produced. To face this worldwide problem, a circular economy must be adopted. With reference to it, mechanical and plant engineering will make great contributions to this new production and consumption model, also in the print sector. The new megatrend circular economy is on the agenda for drupa 2024 as one of the main focuses. We will bring you closer to this topic by defining the term.

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How to Reduce The Waste of Resources via Modern Packaging

In this day and age, packaging has become indispensable in our everyday life, especially in the pharmaceutical and medical sectors. There are regulatory frameworks dictating the disposal of production waste and operating materials that have played a major part in waste management. However, it lies in our hands to lessen the burden on the climate. How can we reduce the consumables on a large scale with the help of modern packaging?

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Luxury Brand Brunello Cucinelli Joins Forces With Epson: The Inauguration of PaperLab

No one would deny the fact that paper consumption in offices partakes in the growing waste issue. As a rule, half of a business’s total waste consists of paper waste which not only ends up in landfills later but also causes CO2 emissions. However, Brunello Cucinelli met the paper waste issue head-on. Having sealed the partnership with Epson, the high-fashion label welcomes their new “white-collar worker“: the in-office paper recycler PaperLab.

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