VIDEO | Introducing NextWave, A Cross-industry Collaboration Aimed at Developing the First Commercial-scale Ocean-bound Plastics Supply Chain

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VIDEO | Introducing NextWave, A Cross-industry Collaboration Aimed at Developing the First Commercial-scale Ocean-bound Plastics Supply Chain

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Watch this video introducing NextWave: A cross-industry collaboration led by @Dell & @LonelyWhale to develop the first-ever commercial-scale ocean-bound plastics #supplychain http://bit.ly/2C1Xfpt #NextWavePlastics #oceanplastics
Friday, December 15, 2017 - 8:45am

CAMPAIGN: Dell Focus Area | Environment

CONTENT: Multimedia with summary

Dell Inc. and Lonely Whale will form of a collaborative and open-source initiative called NextWave, convening General Motors, Trek Bicycle, Interface, Van de Sant, Humanscale, Bureo and Herman Miller. NextWave convenes leading technology and consumer-focused companies to develop the first-ever commercial-scale ocean-bound plastics supply chain. Additional supporting members of the group include UN Environment, 5Gyres Institute, Zoological Society of London and New Materials Institute. 

Dell has a history of supporting programs that further enable a circular economy as a part of its 2020 Legacy of Good Plan. If you would like to learn more about the initiative please visit NextWavePlastics.org, and to learn more about Dell’s work in ocean plastics, please visit Dell’s Ocean Plastics Program page.

Keywords: 5Gyres Institute | Environment | Bureo | Clean Water and Sanitation | Dell | General Motors | Herman Miller | Humanscale | InterFace | Life Below Water | Lonely Whale

CAMPAIGN: Dell Focus Area | Environment

CONTENT: Multimedia with summary