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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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Ecoprint AS is an Estonian SME that aims to be the most environment-friendly printing company in Estonia and its neighbouring countries, using nature-friendly raw materials and technologies.

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

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A simulation-assisted study revealed that the steel mill's heat recovery potentials should be used to generate electricity, using decentralized conversion technology.

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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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Organic and recycled materials are the basis for every cloth that RAPANUI designs and produces in our ethically accredited wind powered factory. You'll also find cutting-edge low waste printing technology here, and incentivised material recovery. Most importantly, you can trace the origins of everything we make, from seed to shop.

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Fairphone is a social enterprise that is building a movement for fairer electronics and opening up the supply chain by making a phone that puts social and environmental values first.

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Divine is the only Fairtrade chocolate company which is 44% owned by cocoa farmers.
While Fairtrade ensures farmers receive a better deal for their cocoa and additional income to invest in their community, company ownership gives farmers a share of Divine’s profits and a stronger voice in the cocoa industry.

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Andrew Sanderson is one of only five low-impact shore fishermen licensed to fish off of England’s East coast using only the power of tides. Andrew’s fishing is very low environmental impact since it is entirely boat free and the caught produce is sold locally by his wife Karen in their own fishmongers - Ocean Rewards.

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