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Win-win – Interzero publishes new Sustainability Magazine

Shaping the circular economy

The new Sustainability Magazine from Interzero has been published in time to coincide with IFAT. Titled ‘Win-win – Shaping the circular economy’, the magazine showcases recent projects, innovative technologies and impactful activities.  

Readers can look forward to highlights such as an interview with Britta von Selchow and leading sustainability expert Sabine Braun on the relevance of collaborative approaches to the circular economy, as well as a look behind the scenes at the new PET recycling plant in Liebenau. The magazine also introduces a number of customer use cases, one example being the international fashion label Marc Cain, which is leading by example and showing how the textile sector can be made more sustainable. Titled ‘The best for the rest’, an article on chemical recycling also shows how Interzero is making progress in achieving its vision of a world without waste.  

“When we say Win-win, we do not just think of our double victory at the 2024 German Sustainability Award, but above all of the benefits that circular solutions deliver for both businesses and the environment. Interzero's new sustainability magazine shows how diverse the approaches can be to help close cycles and create sustainable prospects for businesses. This is something we are proud of,” said Sybilla Merian, Head of Sustainability at Interzero.  

The Sustainability Magazine is available as a download from the Interzero website.  

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About Interzero:

Interzero is one of the leading service providers in the field of closing product, material and logistics loops as well as innovation leader in plastics recycling with the largest sorting capacity in Europe. Under the guiding principle of “zero waste solutions”, the company supports over 50,000 customers throughout Europe in the responsible handling of recyclable materials, thus helping them to improve their own sustainability performance and conserve primary resources.

With about 2,000 employees, the company achieves a turnover of over one billion euros (2021). According to Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Interzero’s recycling activities could save one million tonnes of greenhouse gases compared to primary production and more than 8.7 million tonnes of primary raw materials in 2022 alone. As a pioneer in the circular economy, Interzero is winner of the German Sustainability Award as well as the related special award in the “Resources” transformation field for 2024.

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The online magazine on recycling and the circular economy