An idea that could change re-cycling forever

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Summary: Closed Loop Partners is an investment firm focused on building circular economies, generating revenue, and protecting the environment

Location: New York, USA

CEO: Ron Gonen

Impact: 18millions of households in the USA

 The USA based investment firm Closed Loop Partners empowers monetary systems where products are consumed, recycled and reincarnated as valuable commodities. Gathered from different nations, Industry CEOs, CFOs, investors and former heads of government agencies join hands in creating supply chains and recycling economies. Their aim is to reduce costs of waste management and to strengthen the environment.
An example of their effort is the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority’ materials recovery facility (MRF) in Florida. Thanks to CLP’s funding the facility changes the linear line of waste economy. According to CLP-Communications
Associate Georgia Sherwin it is “In its first two years, that the MRF has saved the county $2.3 million in avoided tipping fees and has generated $1.9 million in revenue.” In supporting major recycling projects the fund
seeks to establish self-sustaining factories of waste management,
allowing for a safe and cleaner way of global garbage disposal. A model
that, if successful, will change large-scale recycling.
An estimated impact on the environment, presented by the CLP website, is the reduction of 16 million ton of greenhouses gases and the 8 million cumulative tons of waste from landfills by 2030.
‘To date’, comments CEO Georgia: “We have completed over 40
investments focused on building the circular economy.”. Our investment sectors include municipal recycling, consumer products and packaging,
fashion and apparel, electronics and agriculture/food waste.’
In this way, she hopes ‘to be the leading advisory and investment firm
for the development of circular economy business models.’
Ron Gonen CEO of Closed Loop Partners

Have a look at their website www.closedlooppartners.com/

And take a tour to the Baltimore plant in the video below

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