Google announces circular economy goals across supply chain

June 26, 2019 EcoVadis ‏‏‎

Google has announced it wants to move to a circular economy in its supply chain as part of wider efforts to improve sustainability. The technology company has begun applying circular economy principles through reuse of materials and waste management in five key areas within infrastructure, operations and products, including data servers, workplaces, consumer electronics and supporting consumers and suppliers to adopt similar principles.

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