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ARE YOU RESPONSIBLE for what you make?

“A more circular economy is inevitable. Those who do it fastest will enjoy significant competitive advantage and customer support. In the process they may create innovations with global potential.”

There’s been an upsurge in concern about waste and pollution. In response, more help is being offered to businesses of all sizes looking to introduce their own product ‘take back’ schemes.

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