After the passing of the Save Our Seas Act 2.0 in 2020, the concept of a circular economy has gained traction. As defined in the Act, a circular economy is a systems-focused approach that involves industrial processes and economic activities that are restorative or regenerative by design, enabling resources used to maintain their highest value for as long as possible. These processes and activities aim for the elimination of waste through the superior design of materials, products, and systems (including business models).
Join Krystal Truax, Director of Product Management for Cority’s Environmental and Sustainability Clouds, in a discussion on how the circular economic model is changing the way companies source materials, produce goods, and divert unused materials. Learn how to leverage digital solutions to help your organization optimize your product and waste material management processes to embrace a circular economy.
Bulleted Learning Objectives:
- The benefits of a circular economic model
- Challenges of transitioning to a circular economy
- How chemical and waste management are key components of circularity
- How to utilize the digital solutions to bring circularity into your processes