CARIBBEAN BUSINESSES MUST RECOGNISE THAT WE ARE ENTERING THE POST-RECYCLING AGE AND EMBED NEW TOOLS AND APPROACHES INTO THEIR BUSINESS Practices.

As the focus on corporate sustainability shifts from the use of recyclable materials to circular business strategies, the Caribbean must recognise that focusing on recycling and re-use is not enough.

The recycling industry in the Caribbean is still in its infancy and may never mature. Many do not think about recycling or properly sorting their waste. If they do, what happens to it . . .

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