Volume 03 Issue 05
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In this issue, we look at the Emerging Eco-Sustainable Practices For Plastics. There is an Evolving Circular Economy on the horizon changing the way we do business. We continue exploring Calgary's Public Art with Downtown’s Natural Engineer.
Inside this Issue:
- Emerging Eco-Sustainable Practices For Plastics
- The Evolving Circular Economy
- Downtown’s Natural Engineer
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WebStamp June 13, 2018
As we enjoy the overabundance of objects manufactured to provide us with the good life, an overabundance of waste has developed in its wake. To reduce the destructive impact associated with the refuse, society has established ways of recycling and remanufacturing this waste. There are many items that could be recycled, like many plastics, that are actually not recycled. The truth is that less than 25% of our refuge is actually recycled.
. A paradigm shift towards a more productive efficient way of doing businesses, preserving natural resources, and reusing formerly used resources is slowly evolving. Many European companies are embracing The Circular Economy Model to end the traditional ways in which we use resources with principles of sustainability, resource efficiency, and better product design.
Only a few blocks away from the Bow and Elbow Rivers, in a park at the South end of City Hall, we find one of Canada’s endearing iconic symbols, a bronze statue of a beaver hard at work.
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