Set-up eco-responsible practices in your company

As we approach 2022, there is higher awareness of climate change than ever before, and the question for businesses is no longer whether they should adopt greener methods, but how they can do so while still making a profit. In fact, more and more businesses across all industries are pledging to reduce their environmental impact by establishing environmentally responsible workplaces. Through years of experience, Second Cycle has developed over the years complete and adaptable solutions for the implantation of environmentally responsible practices within the organization.

The Second Cycle approach is presented from four angles :

  • GHG and energy optimization;
  • Residual materials management;
  • Life cycle analysis;
  • Eco-responsible procurement

Eco-responsibility is defined as the daily adoption and promotion of responsible activities to collectively improve the quality of life of individuals and protect the environment. Compagnies that focus on reducing pressure on natural resources and adopting a proactive approach pressure on natural resources and adopting a proactive approach to sustainable development are leaders in their sectors. In an increasingly competitive economic environment, the return on investment required for such a transition is measured first in terms of revenue and also on the effects of reputation, brand image and market influence that can have a significant beneficial impact and market influence that can have a significant beneficial impact. Not to mention the growing number of sophisticated shareholders who are looking at a company’s environmental footprint as well as its financial returns before investing.

Is your company considering a circular economy project?

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New opportunities in circular economy for this New year

Every year, more than 100 billion tones of resources enter the economy, including metals, minerals, and fuels, as well as biological elements derived from plants and animals. If current trends continue, resource use will have quadrupled since 1970 and could treble again by 2050. According to several studies, to sustainably support our current resource use, we’d require 1.5 Earths.

Human, wildlife, and the environment are all suffering as a result of this widespread consumption. Shifting from linear, use-it-up-and throw-it-away models to a circular economy, where waste and pollution are planned out, products and materials are maintained in use for longer, and natural systems can regenerate, is more important than ever.

A circular economy, on the other hand, isn’t simply about repairing environmental problems : evidence demonstrates that it may create significant opportunities and beneficial consequences across industries, sectors, and people’s lives. The circular economy focuses on maximizing the use of natural resources such as forests, soil, water, air, metals, and minerals. A growing number of businesses, governments and civil society organizations are coming together to drive the change through circular economy.

The circular economy, which makes it possible to reconcile environmental and economic needs, is based on several concepts. Among these concepts, on which we can rely, we have :

  • Adopt environmentally responsible practices;
  • Reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions;
  • Analyze the life cycle of products;
  • Improve energy efficiency;
  • Create new products with eco-design.

Is your company considering a circular economy project?

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Second Cycle wishes you Happy Holiday

As the Holiday season arrives, our thoughts turn to those our loyal customers and partners. We want to express our gratitude for your trust and cooperation in allowing us to walk alongside you to improve your environmental and economic performance throughout the year. Second Cycle thanks you and wishes you and your family a Happy Holiday season.