Two new Corporate members join the Circular Economy 100 network

March 05, 2018

Santa Luzia, a company that uses recycled raw materials for manufacturing, and UPM Raflatac, a smart labelling organisation, have today joined the Foundation's growing CE100 network, to collaborate and innovate for a circular economy.

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Located in Santa Catarina State, Brazil, Santa Luzia has a nationwide network that manufactures and commercialises 'socially responsible and ecologically suitable' products using recycled raw materials. With its focus on recycling to minimise the impacts of waste from the linear economy, Santa Luzia aims to draw on the CE100 network's expertise to pro-actively contribute towards the transition to a circular economy.

UPM Raflatac is part of UPM - The Biofore Company, one of the world's leading producers of self-adhesive label materials, which is based in Finland and operates in 40 countries including South America and Asia. 

The company seeks to design innovative labelling solutions; recyclable labels, wash off adhesives, recycled content labels, bio-based films, and resalable labels all help to mitigate waste. 

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