The EnviroDynamix Zero Waste Lab Team is striving to close the overabundance of waste to upcycled product loop through advanced technology, education and projects for public good.
WE'RE FINDING NEW WAYS TO TACKLE WASTE.
Waste pollution is one of the biggest problems facing our planet right now...And it’s a problem that we clearly can’t ignore any more.
Because most cities and urban areas can't recycle fast enough and are currently storing recycled waste, EnviroDynamix's Zero Waste Team set out to solve a problem for our urban clients and city waste management. Identifying innovative projects and new solutions, we work to create projects that not only reduce waste, but enhance human lives.
Helping Cities Cope with Waste
Our Zero Waste Lab Experts provide a number of resources management services from full waste and resources assessment to waste diversion and solutions strategies, zero waste planning and other practical solutions to help cities and government leaders cope with the growing problem of waste and the need to streamline waste collection, recycling and other diversion solutions.
Trash into Treasure
We are working on a variety of Resource Recovery Parks, EIPs and projects to take ocean and river waste plastic and recycled plastics, as well as paper and metal waste and turn them into viable and non-toxic products using the latest technologies. Our experts are also adept at solutions for organics to keep them out of the waste stream.
The ZØasis Project & Zero Waste Lab
We are very excited to be working on our ZØasis Project as part of Global Green USA and Green Cross International's Climate Park Initiative.
OTHER THINGS WE ARE
EIPs & Landfill Diversion Projects
Construction & Metal Waste Reuse
Paper Waste to Temporary Housing
EnviroDynamix is working with partner companies in exciting new areas of waste and recycling management including helping to implement EIPs (eco-industrial symbiosis parks) and other landfill diversion, remediation & extension projects.
Our team is tapping technology to find new ways to use a variety of waste materials both from and for use in the construction and infrastructure sectors.
We are working on a number of innovative strategies to help turn recycled paper waste into both temporary disaster housing and potential shelters for the homeless.