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LIMM Recycling uses recycled plastic (polystyrene) coffeee cups to make a new sustainable raw material, to create new products.

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A detailed process analysis led to the restructuring of a plant from the metal industry. This resulted in a reorganization of production based on the interdependencies between working systems. These measures led to an increase of resource productivity and resource efficiency.

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Thanks to a new veneer cutting process, wood specialist Blomberger makes more veneers with less wood and protects the environment while saving money. This was made possible through financial advisory by the Efficiency Agency of North Rhine Westphalen (EFA+).

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The restructuring of a metal processing plant leads to an increase in resource productivity and resource efficiency.

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The use of metal sheets with a low thickness deviation led to significant material savings for NESTRO Lufttechnik GmbH. The material savings had a positive effect on the economic situation of the small business. In particular, it is worth noting that the use of metal sheets with a lower thickness deviation does not require design modifications. Therefore, production can be quickly and simply converted. This indicates great potential for material savings beyond NESTRO Lufttechnik GmbH.

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As recycling and reusing industrial textile waste is just as logical as recycling glass and plastic, Estonian textile manufacturer has developed a green solution by building a recycling factory.

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ClimateCooler is an innovative and environmentally friendly roof coating paint that can help your company save money

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The solution uses residual heat from cooling cow's milk for heating a residential dwelling.

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Watter contributes to environmental protection by offering a sustainable alternative to the existing, toxic disinfectants. Its 'Nontox' disinfectant product is biodegradable, which benefits the environment, animals, and food quality, and therefore it ultimately benefits society. In addition, the 'on site' production of Nontox means that transport and packaging materials are reduced to a minimum. This provides a contribution to CO2 emissions reduction.

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PhytoLux is at the forefront of a unique engineering approach to LED plant growth lighting technology with proven results that provide a commercially viable option for the sector to reduce costs, by reducing the energy consumption

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