The Excess Materials Exchange is a digital matching platform that identifies high-value re-use options for excess materials or waste products that a company produces.
TARGET USERS: Individuals, Businesses, Government
KEY CONSIDERATIONS: Any material, component or product can be exchanged on the EME, however in their pilot they unlocked the potential across 18 streams.
MORE INFORMATION: https://excessmaterialsexchange.com/
Far too many resources and secondary materials are disposed of prematurely, a major failure of the current linear market structure. However, there is a growing call for circular models that place great value on keeping resources in circulation for continued use.
The Excess Materials Exchange (EME) is a digital platform that unlocks the potential of excess materials and products by matching them to their highest value uses. They give materials, products and waste streams a new high-value reuse destination.
Here’s how it works:
EME’s Pilot Report can be downloaded at the following link: https://excessmaterialsexchange.com/pilot-report-release/
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