Going Green (and Blue): Three Lessons Learned from a Circular Partnership

As CHEP and Ice River Springs have worked together in pursuit of a stronger circular economy, we’ve learned a number of lessons. We want to share a few with you, in hopes that they’ll spark inspiration for your own operations.

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As more businesses look to cut costs while improving sustainability, the circular economy concept is picking up steam. Consumers want the businesses they patronize to do good for society and practice conscious capitalism. Businesses want to reduce their dependency on virgin raw materials, in particular those that are non-renewable; and are increasingly turning to recycled and returnable goods — to positively impact the environment while keeping their supply chain moving.

A circular economy is a great idea in theory. But, what does it look like in practice?

Read more at Sustainable Brands.

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