Plastics around the world: the numbers

Global production of plastic is constantly growing and does not look set to decrease. From 15 million tonnes in 1964, production increased to about 400 million tonnes in 2016. These figures give us an opportunity to reflect: in 1989, 100…

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A world without plastic

Plastic, now globally recognized as a problem, has for years been considered an important resource for economic development and easier daily life. From our homes to our cars, from supermarkets to entertainment venues: imagining them all without plastic can sometimes…

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A new type of zero kilometre

Let’s imagine that we are in a restaurant and that we are offered a zero kilometre menu. In addition to the advantage of eating food that has had presumably shorter transport and storage times, we are also convinced that what…

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ISO 20400, a very high standard

The bureaucratic definition, ISO 20400, does not give an idea of the impact that this standard has on the value that the company can transfer both to its customers and to the region. We are talking about sustainable procurement, i.e.…

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