Industry Intelligence offers Weekly Bioeconomy Report to help decision-makers think beyond recycling for circular solutions

Elyse Blye

Elyse Blye

LOS ANGELES , June 21, 2021 (press release) –

Consumers around the globe are witnessing the many shortfalls and inefficiencies of our recycling and waste management systems. In the United States alone, hundreds of thousands of dollars are spent each year to process recycling that ends up in landfill and disposal facilities.

Municipal waste systems, as they currently stand, cannot keep pace with the rate at which waste is generated. In fact, the amount of waste produced annually is expected to rise a staggering 70% by 2050, with single-use plastics a key contributor. Globally, less than 10% of all plastics ever produced have been recycled.

“Long-term, sustainable solutions to these problems cannot merely be found through adjustments to our current structures,” said Rami Ghandour, CEO of Industry Intelligence, a provider of cutting-edge market intelligence solutions. “Put another way: recycling is not enough. What’s needed are new ways of thinking and conducting business.”

With Industry Intelligence’s Weekly Bioeconomy Report, manufacturing executives discover opportunities and emerging concepts surrounding the production of renewable biological resources, such as bioplastics and natural fiber-based materials. 

“Our intelligence helps clients spark ideas as they read how waste streams, such as coffee grounds, leaves, reclaimed wood, agricultural waste and other biowaste, are being converted into new, value-added products,” said Jason Irving, SVP Enterprise Solutions at Industry Intelligence. “Have you ever heard of vegan leather? Or diapers and medical products made of wheat gluten?” 

From research and development of innovative biobased materials to their procurement, and from disposal of manufacturing byproducts to their repurposing—clients of Industry Intelligence who read the Weekly Bioeconomy Report have the information they need to pursue operational improvements and potential strategic pivots.

“Like a mosaic, each story in our bioeconomy coverage is a small dot, a small glimpse of a much larger picture—one that is best seen from afar,” said Ghandour. “When viewed from the perspective of our Weekly Bioeconomy Report, our coverage provides a clearer picture of the trends and concepts emerging in the field.”

Industry Intelligence’s Weekly Bioeconomy Report is a must-have for product innovators, sustainability officers and company executives who need to navigate this new market. Subscribers will gain access to the latest product releases, lab research and global best practices surrounding biobased materials. With it, you’ll find a forward-looking view of the bioeconomy and how your business can adapt to today’s needs.

Take advantage of our Weekly Bioeconomy Report today by contacting for a demo.

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