Waste problem is complex, but Seenons has a solution
Waste remains one of the growing challenges and it is not just restricted to use of plastics. From the way waste is collected to the way it is recycled, the ecosystem has far too many players and thus, too many vested interests. One startup wants to change this routine.
Zest for change: the waste collection app rescuing electronics to orange peel
According to waste collection warriors Seenons, ‘waste is only waste if we waste it’. As big-name companies sign up to their app, we find out how one of Amsterdam’s fastest growing startups is rescuing the valuable raw materials in the stuff we throw away.
Waste startup Seenons comes to dig in your garbage: 'Waste is raw material'
Incineration is often the most efficient option for processing residual waste. Even if it is full of valuable raw materials. The system is broken, say the entrepreneurs behind the Amsterdam company Seenons. With an investment of millions, they are on their way to fix that, although there is still a long way to go.
Dutch start-up raises millions in investment to conquer European waste market
Saving more waste streams from the incinerator, that is the mission of the Dutch company Seenons. The start-up, founded in 2019, uses technology and smart logistics to help companies recycle waste streams such as coffee grounds, oranges and oil.