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Circulai unveils ‘groundbreaking’ partnership

“The world of waste management is about to change” according to three industry mavericks, who are ready “to disrupt the status quo” with the launch of a new company, Circulai.

Max Kanda and Simon Sharp, previously the Managing Directors of Novati and Greenzone respectively, have joined forces alongside Dave Swallow (MD Swallow Construction) to spearhead a movement that “promises to redefine the very essence of waste management,” and to create a future where sustainability isn’t just a buzzword but it’s “a way of life”.

“Circulai isn’t just another waste company; it’s a rebellion against the mundane, a rebellion against complacency,” are the words of the founders who add that the company isn’t just about managing waste but also about reshaping our relationship with the planet. It’s about harnessing the power of knowledge, innovation, education and sustainability to create a future where waste isn’t just managed; it’s transformed into a valuable resource utilising the power of hybrid AI and data analytics to support our efforts.

Speaking about the launch, Kanda said: “We’re not here to play it safe. We’re here to shake things up. Circulai isn’t just a company; it’s a revolution. It’s about challenging the norms, breaking down barriers, and paving the way for a brighter, more sustainable future.”

Sharp, who has passion for sustainability said: “At Circulai, we’re not just talking about change; we’re making it happen. We’re harnessing the power of innovation to turn waste management on its head and create a world where waste is a thing of the past.”

Swallow added: “This isn’t just business; it’s personal. It’s about leaving a legacy that goes beyond profits and spreadsheets. It’s about creating a world we’re proud to pass on to future generations.”

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