We Align Capitalism With Positive Social and Environmental Impact


We strive to reduce, and eventually eliminate, the need for natural resource extraction and waste related to the manufacturing and use of products.

Our investments in the circular economy align capitalism with positive social and environmental impact by reducing waste and greenhouse gas emissions via materials innovation, advanced recycling technologies, supply chain optimization, and keeping materials in play. We measure our impact according to four key pillars that underpin the acceleration toward a circular economy.

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4.8M tons of materials kept in circulation

By volume, global waste includes 44% food and organics, 17% paper and 12% plastic––all valuable commodities.

10.1M tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions avoided through materials kept in play rather than wasted

70% of GHG emissions are related to material use: the production and use of products––from the buildings we live in to the food we eat.

$39M economic benefit to municipalities and local communities

Cities avoid landfill tipping fees and recyclables are kept in local manufacturing supply chains, creating jobs and spurring innovation and growth in local economies.

$530M assets under management

The circular economy requires a shift in the traditional flow of capital and a collaborative, industry-wide effort to bring sufficient capital in order to enable the new economy.

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