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Phoenix joins Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Circular Economy 100 Group

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The Ellen MacArthur Foundation has announced the City of Phoenix as the first major US city to become a member of the Circular Economy 100 Group (CE100), under its Governments and Cities Programme.

“This membership will inspire and challenge my team, as well as Phoenix residents and business owners, to work toward building a circular economy for our city,” John Trujillo, Director of Public Works at City of Phoenix, told Cities Today. “We look forward to learning from the research, innovations and experiences of other major international cities and institutions to help Phoenix identify areas that need accelerated solutions that will help us transition to a circular economy.”

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