The circular economy, at its most basic, refers to moving from our traditional take-make-dispose linear economy, to one in which materials are continuously repurposed until they are finally recycled. It’s a closed loop, hence the circle.
Overflowing landfills and islands of garbage floating in the Pacific. Overreliance on non-renewable energy sources.
For hazardous waste generators, there are lots of options for disposal of hazardous waste streams…….recycling, fuel blending or simply burying in a landfill are just a few of the options available. When assessing options, many generators simply default to their preferred vendor on whatever is presented to them, without understanding all of their options……….many times to their detriment.
“Necessity is the Mother of Invention.” As the popular English proverb is roughly interpreted, difficult times inspire ingenious solutions.
As a leader of your organization, your compensation is directly tied to your ability to consistently deliver quarterly and annual profits for your stakeholders. You also have a responsibility to make decisions that ensure the long-term growth and survival of your organization.
How do you get undressed every day? Do you remove the used articles of clothing, ball them up, and throw them in the garbage bin? Probably not. That wouldn’t make nearly as much economic sense as laundering and reusing them. Most would agree that throwing out good clothing after one use because it was dirty and purchasing new clothes each time you needed to get dressed is an absurd concept.
A recent scholarly article in The Harvard Business Review entitled The Comprehensive Business Case for Sustainability discusses the differences between traditional business models and sustainable business models.
For hazardous waste shipments to Mexico, there is a thorough inspection process that occurs to ensure that laws are being followed for hazardous waste shipments manifested for export.
Temarry Recycling is proud to introduce our latest corporate video that gives you an inside look at our operations in Tecate, Mexico.