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C2C Grabs Attention of Governments

February 9, 2009 | ALEX SCOTT

The Dutch government and the state of California have each started putting plans in place to adopt cradle-to-cradle (C2C) systems. In the Netherlands, the government requires that products purchased by government departments meet C2C criteria. gorsen: Competitive advantage from C2C. California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger recently announced plans for California to be a “C2C state.” California’s adoption of C2C could be a major catalyst for driving the adoption of C2C and a major competitive advantage for the California chemical industry, says...

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