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Lotte Global Logistics establishes resource recycling platform in S. Korea
Lotte Global Logistics has established an Ecoya resource recycling platform across ten logistics centers that would perform integrated waste data management, including tracking waste treatment status, recycling rates, and carbon reduction effects.
By leveraging the data collected through Ecoya, Lotte Global Logistics aims to promote transparency in waste management, increase recycling rates, and develop subsidiary materials for eco-friendly recycling logistics.
In addition to improving its eco-friendly logistics capabilities, Lotte Global Logistics is also exploring new businesses, such as waste resource distribution and external resource recycling solutions.
According to a company official, the virtuous cycling of resources will significantly contribute to Lotte Global Logistics's corporate environmental, social, and governance (ESG) management.
The company plans to promote resource recycling and eco-friendly business through the establishment of an integrated eco-friendly logistics solution in the future, in addition to its own ESG management efforts.
Lotte Global Logistics has introduced Ecoya and expanded its application to as many distribution centers as possible after signing an agreement in 2021 with HRM Corporation, the developer of the resource circulation platform.