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Reimagining Zero Waste: Five New Ways to Recognize Your Waste Diversion Success

It’s hard to believe, but the term “zero waste” has been around for more than 40 years. It was first used by a chemist, Paul Palmer, who noticed an abundance of clean chemicals being discarded by high-tech businesses in a newly developing area of northern California which we’ve all come to know as Silicon Valley. He saw a need for identifying new uses for the chemicals and a new concept of zero waste was born.

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Source: Vikas Ahuja, SCS Global Services
Image Credit: Nathan Copley from Pixabay

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