How nations around the world are tackling the disposable vape waste crisis
This week’s newsletter continues to educate the industry on how disposable vapes are upheaving the circular economy. Read about how European vape manufacturers are joining recyclers in tackling the crisis and how universities are managing their waste more efficiently.
How disposable vapes are impacting sustainability and recycling
Ireland leads the EU with a 7% vape usage rate. As nations take steps to reduce waste from single-use vapes, it’s vital for manufacturers to step up recycling efforts. Read how Superfy’s solutions can play a crucial role in collecting and recycling disposable vapes, empowering manufacturers to make a real impact and meet CSR goals.
Operational Improvements on Dublin City University Campus
The 200,000 sq. ft campus hosts over 40 companies and over 500 employees across multiple buildings. Superfy supported DCU Alpha with their campus sustainability objectives and provided a potential cost saving of over 45%.
Superfydelivers sustainable smart resource management solutions for the circular economy, empowering enterprises and connecting cities.
We are solving the problem of low recycling rates by enabling cost effective, scalable nationwide materials collection and recycling programmes. We support a wide variety of material collections, including batteries, soft plastics, organics and glass.
Our software platform, sensors and smart containers track and monitor waste and recycling materials, enabling operational improvements and efficiencies throughout the collection and processing value chain.
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