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Microsoft Customer Stories Features Recycleye

We are delighted to announce that Microsoft has featured Recycleye in their latest Customer Stories series. This collaboration exemplifies how Recycleye’s team are using 21st century to decentralise and digitise the waste management industry.

As an early partner of Recycleye, Microsoft was instrumental in Recycleye’s Success to date. By providing valuable strategic and technological support, Recycleye has scale from research and development to commercialisation! Above all, the company enabled us to fulfil our goal of accelerating the world’s transition to the circular economy, and we look forward to what this next chapter holds.

Amali de Alwis, UK Managing Director, Microsoft for Startups, commented: “We are committed to driving positive social transformation using 21st century technology and are excited to be working with Recycleye. aving originally joined Microsoft’s AI for Good Programme, we saw the potential in Recycleye’s vision system which leverages deep learning and AI advances, and their ambition to build the operating system for the waste management industry — the key to accelerating the world’s transition towards a circular economy. We support their goal to enable true commoditisation of waste for the waste management industry and look forward to continuing our strategic and technological partnership with Recycleye as they scale.”

Take a look at the full story here

Moreover, to see Recycleye’s participation in Microsoft’s Sustainability Report 2021, click here

Microsoft Customer Story: How Recycleye is closing the loop on materials supply chain

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