Electrical and Electronics
Already ranked by Corporate Knights as the world’s most sustainable corporation 2021, Schneider Electric has further enhanced its credentials in this area with the introduction at CES 2022 of what the company claims are the first home energy solutions to be made from upcycled ocean plastic
Finland-based TactoTek Oy has been named the recipient of Frost & Sullivan’s 2021 European Structural Electronics New Product Innovation Award.
Building on its commitment toward a Design for Sustainability approach computer peripherals and software producer Logitech International has, among other things, increasingly turned to the use of post-consumer plastics in various of its well-known product lines.
Building on a partnership dating from 2018, when Netherlands-based Avantium joined forces with R&F Chemical to boost its catalysis business in South Korea, the two companies today announced that they were expanding this relationship to include the PEF business.
Europe will be facing a growing amount of waste from technical plastic parts in the coming years, a recent white paper has warned.
Swedish lighting company Wästberg has introduced Winkel w127, a dimmable table lamp manufactured in glass-reinforced bio-sourced polyamide