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End of life product recovery

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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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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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We help organisations to respond to changing markets and increasing resource prices through a range of strategic and practical approaches – from resource efficiency savings through to new business models and new enterprises.

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Buying green office products does not mean a compromise on the price and quality of your stationery service. The Green Stationery Company is now in its 18th year of operation and we supply over 2,000 small, medium and large organisations with all their office needs. You are not recycling unless you are buying recycled products, help close the recycling loop.

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The pieces are made out from these recovered materials together with other offcuts coming from textile samples or damaged fabrics hand-weaved in brand new cloths.
The first fashion capsule (Love Endings) will be presented in Hong Kong fashion week in January 2016.

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Westex Carpets Ltd has incrementally reduced their impact on the environment focusing not only on the energy reduction but also on other components of the quality carpets production.

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At EL PIANO they began working with organic, local and sustainable food long before it was popular. The result is a deep and wide knowledge of planting and harvesting, as well as production and preserving. The food served in the York, Malaga, and Granada restaurants, together with their own sauces, conserves, baking kits, fast food kits and cookbooks tells a 40 year story of excellence and devotion to service.

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Bike Rescue is a York-based project which collects abandoned or donated bikes to repair them and obtain new bikes to sell to local business and non-business customers, such as students. Buying a Rescued Bike instead of a new bike, often shipped from outside EU, results in great carbon emission savings, as well as cost savings!

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