Tag: Circular Credits

Circular Action presents solutions to waste collection in two global circularity events

“It is time to increase collection in a socially inclusive way.” –Thierry Sanders Last week, the Circular Action team, Director Thierry Sanders and Circular Economy specialist, Maria Accioly, flew to participate in two brilliant circularity events taking place in Berlin, Germany, and in Quito, Ecuador, run by PREVENT Waste Alliance and Sustainable Challenge LATAM. They […]

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Reducing plastic pollution the 3R Initiative way

Reducing plastic pollution the 3R Initiative way

Just over three years after its launch, the 3R Initiative which was founded by BVRio, Verra, Nestlé, Danone, Tetra Pak and others, has transformed from an idea to help solve the problem of plastic pollution into a fully functioning market-based approach.

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BVRio featured in IUCN nature-based solutions Blue Print series

BVRio featured in IUCN nature-based solutions Blue Print series

BVRio’s ‘Guanabara Bay clean-up’ project has featured in the new International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Blue Prints Series launched today. The series outlines business models and illustrates the investment structure of a number of Nature-based Solution (NbS) projects.

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INSPIRATIONAL WOMEN LEAD RECYCLING COOPERATIVES

Inspirational women lead recycling cooperaives

BVRio features a series of three original stories of female leaders and social entrepreneurs, who promote valorisation of waste pickers’ work in the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Their stories tell us how the role of waste pickers is fundamental and complex, as they know recyclable materials like no one else.

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New project in partnership with PREVENT Waste Alliance

New project in partnership with PREVENT Waste Alliance

Circular Action Hub, in partnership with PREVENT Waste Alliance, developed the project “Plastic Credits for inclusive and transparent circularity”, which will benefit around 300 waste pickers until June 2022. The project will be conducted by an international consortium and BVRio is the organisation responsible for the activities in Brazil and Mexico. Overall, Circular Credits will be generated for about 1,500 tons of plastic waste collected, sorted and reintroduced in the recycling chain.

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