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Join these and many other companies and organizations that are already committed to participate in June, including:

American Apparel


Bing Thom Architects

California Integrated Waste Management Board

Cal EPA Department of Toxic Substance

Control/Pollution Prevention Group

Carnegie Mellon

Clif Bar


Dow Corning

Earth Friendly Interior Designs

Future Games

Gravity Tanks





Lunar Designs

Maui Land & Pineapple Company

Natural Logic


Opus West


Shaw Industries

Whole Foods

WSP Environmental

Zero Waste Alliance

To give you an idea of the areas of interest of our paid registrants, following are some of the dialogue group topics that are beginning to emerge and will likely be discussed at the conference. Participants will have the option of joining one of these conversations or convening a discussion on another topic of interest.

• Investment and partnership opportunities with ventures whose products are built around C2C design principles

• Exploring opportunities for Business/Government collaboration to support C2C/IMP

• Legal or proprietary issues related to materials pooling

• Opportunities for manufacturing innovation presented by C2C/IMP

• Integrating C2C/IMP into product or building design and quality criteria

• Collaborating on the phase-out of specific toxic materials.

• Infrastructure redesign to support the recapture and reuse of technical nutrients (such as copper, PET, polypropylene and polyethylene.)

• Business model innovations that support C2C

• Leveraging C2C to create new customer value propositions and brand benefits

• Implementing C2C/IMP in various products or industries, such as: Packaging, Electronics, Urban Planning, Architecture and Building, Cosmetics, Pharmaceuticals, Cleaning Products, Dies and Inks, Textiles, Toys/Games, Furniture and Interior Design Materials, and the Food Industry


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