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[Ambassador report] Zero Waste World.

by Frank Mugisha | 08-09-2021 10:37 Comments 6 recommendations 1

CHEP’s business model is inherently sustainable. By using our pooled assets and sustainability solutions, our customers’ supply chains become more efficient in terms of cost and use of natural resources. We help customers become part of the circular economy through our principles of share and reuse. The more our customers use our platforms, the greater the efficiencies.

Just finding individual efficiencies is not enough for the challenge that we all face. We need a new collective mindset that starts from the principle of generating zero waste – then working together to see how to make that happen. In 2019, CHEP launched "Zero Waste World" an initiative to bring together many of the world’s major companies in a group effort to address the three main challenges facing our supply chain.

Zero waste World


Hannah Mentor

  • Hannah Mentor says :
    Hello Frank, this is your mentor Hannah.

    I guess it's your second article about zero waste!
    By 'three main challenges' in the last line you wrote, does it mean better planet, communities, and buisiness?
    Thanks for your article about CHEP's goal and keep up with your great work ;)

    Posted 14-09-2021 16:30

Prince Foley

  • Prince Foley says :
    Zero waste world is possible
    Posted 13-09-2021 21:43


Joon Mentor

  • Joon Mentor says :
    Hello Frank,
    Thank you for sharing the data from CHEP!

    Please make sure you cite the source when you share.
    Posted 09-09-2021 11:36

Gokce Nur AYAZ

  • Gokce Nur AYAZ says :
    The image is so nice and informative , I really like it. Thanks for the work :)
    Posted 08-09-2021 19:15

Frank Mugisha

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