Andrew Mangan writes in Brink,
"For corporate leaders who view the carbon reduction goals of the Paris Agreement as an opportunity rather than a mandate, a new materials marketplace offers the chance to shrink environmental footprints while bolstering bottom lines.
Participants in the United States Materials Marketplace work with materials experts to comb through an online database seeking ways to reuse or exchange unwanted materials, from textile scraps to hydrochloric acid to off-spec wood flooring. Not only do they save money as they acquire cheaper raw materials and dispose of less waste, but they use significantly less energy and emit lower levels of greenhouse gases." Read more.