The CE100 welcomes six new members

November 27, 2019

Just in time for our last CE100 workshop of the year, we are pleased to welcome three new corporate members and three new emerging innovators to the CE100 Network. In order to accelerate the transition to a circular economy, collaboration across the value chain and within industry sectors is essential. The CE100 facilitates this by providing a pre-competitive space for members to learn, share, and put ideas into practice.

Corporate members

A2A Group is the largest Italian multi-utility company, managing the generation, sale, and distribution of electricity and gas, district heating, waste, e-mobility, public lighting, and integrated water services. A2A’s Group’s Strategic Plan is aimed at investing in the environmental sector and the circular economy. The group wants to innovate on waste recycling, and the management of energy and water, to work towards the smart city of the future. More information

Kingspan is a global building industry leader in solutions for high performance, low carbon buildings. Its goal is to accelerate a net zero emissions future through sustainable building products and high performance envelope design, and work together in partnership with the industry to enable a circular economy. Through its newly launched IKON global innovation centre, it is focussed on developing solutions to address the climate crisis using advanced materials, new technologies and a data centric approach to digitalisation. More information

ROCKWOOL Group is a world leader in stone wool solutions. Its products are long-lasting, easy to dismantle and reusable or recyclable as raw material for new products. In addition, Rockwool has developed technology in a way that allows them to use waste from other industries and building sites as alternative raw material. ROCKWOOL has a goal to offer recycling services for its products in 30 countries by 2030, and is working towards another goal to reduce landfill waste by 85% by 2030. More information

Emerging innovators

Circular Systems is a materials science company focused on the development of innovative circular and regenerative technologies. Circular Systems concentrate on transforming waste into valuable fibre yarn, and textile fabrics for the fashion industry. More information

Ginkgo Bioworks is a synthetic biology company which demonstrates the potential of synthetic biology to replace and optimise manufacturing processes of products in the consumer goods market. Gingko will continue to pioneer a global shift away from the wasteful and extractive models that characterise traditional approaches to manufacturing and industry. More information

RePack replaces single-use packaging by offering a service where it can be conveniently and easily returned, and then reused. RePack users simply return their packaging by folding it into letter size and dropping it into a postbox anywhere in the world, free of charge. Once returned, the bags are checked, cleaned and redistributed back to the webstores. More information

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