Incorporating a Circular Economy Into the Supply Chain

January 10, 2022 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


With a supply chain that extends to over 60 countries, Dow views supply chain sustainability as a key enabler of our overall corporate sustainability strategy. That’s why we have made incorporating circular solutions into our supply chain a priority. By identifying and implementing ways to cut waste and save resources, we can extend the life cycle of the materials and work toward a low-carbon future.

This cannot be done alone. Such efforts require collaboration with our suppliers, customers and logistics service providers.


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