· An Investment-Led Economic Recovery →
Public works will create thousands of jobs in the planning stages alone and neglected systems such as education, transportation and health will be greatly improved - all fundamentals that badly need restoration, expansion and modernisation anyway - plus new age renewable energy and permanent recycling infrastructure will add impetus to ESG investments.
· Christo: 'His gorgeous abstractions made you gawp with disbelief' →
This for a work that stayed in place for two weeks, before all the materials were recycled.
· Sibanye Stillwater: Not A Simple Case →
Total US Production and recycling were excellent in the first quarter.
· Boxer Sam Cox: 'I've delivered around 15,000 NHS meals personally' →
He works for Powerday, a waste management and recycling company which has joined forces with London Irish, the Premiership rugby club, as they aim to deliver over 100,000 meals to the NHS.
· Big players join forces for battery recycling →
Two European industrial firms announced on Monday a joint venture to recycle battery materials and aluminum from electric vehicles in Norway, where EVs are gaining substantial market share.
· Trash to treasure: IPC Shopping Centre accelerates recycling efforts to reduce waste during ‘new normal’ →
— Picture courtesy of IPC Shopping Centre KUALA LUMPUR, June 1 – As Malaysia continues to ease the Covid-19 restrictions, the IPC Shopping Centre in Mutiara Damansara has put its annual sustainability initiative back into full gear to step up its recycling efforts.
· Apple 13in MacBook Pro review 2020: going out on a high? →
The MacBook Pro uses 100% recycled tin in the solder of its logic board and at least 35% recycled plastic used in multiple components, but does not use recycled aluminium like the MacBook Air.
· Gold Demand Trends Q1 2020 →
Total Q1 supply fell 4% as coronavirus lockdowns hit mine production and gold recycling.
The Japan Times
· ‘We thought too big,’ Renault says as it axes 15,000 jobs →
Some of the six plants like the one in Flins, close to Paris, where it makes its electric Zoe models, could cease to assemble cars and center on recycling activities instead, the company said.
· The Station: Amazon eyes Zoox, Aurora goes back to school and Cabana hits the road →
Uber tossed more than 20,000 JUMP bikes into a recycling yard following its deal to offload the JUMP brand to Lime.