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Japan: Sustainable Solutions Mitsubishi Chemical to Form new Circular Economy Department

| Editor: Ahlam Rais

With the intention of accelerating Mitsubishi Chemical’s efforts towards the establishment of a circular economy, the new department will be developed from April 1, 2020 which will suggest sustainable solutions across all its business platforms.

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The establishment of this CE Department will enable MCC to forge steadily ahead as a company that promotes the circular economy.
The establishment of this CE Department will enable MCC to forge steadily ahead as a company that promotes the circular economy.
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Tokyo/Japan – Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation (MCC) has recently announced its decision to establish a new Circular Economy Department (CE Department) effective April 1, 2020, with the aim of bolstering its efforts to bring about a circular economy.

The world is beset by numerous problems that require solutions, including climate change; loss of biodiversity; insufficient access to food, water resources, and energy as a result of population growth; and the issues of plastic disposal and marine plastic waste. In order to move proactively and swiftly to bring about a sustainable society, MCC has decided to establish the new CE Department.

Global in both perspective and scale, the department will operate across all business domains to propose circular economy-related solutions and develop them into businesses. It will also collaborate actively with customers, business partners, academia, start-ups, and others.

The establishment of this CE Department will enable MCC to forge steadily ahead as a company that promotes the circular economy.

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