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the act of processing used or abandoned materials for use in creating new products

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By-product synergy is a source of economic, environmental, and social advantages to the companies and regions where it has been implemented.
By-product synergy networks: Driving innovation through waste reduction and carbon mitigation.
Also known as "green twinning," "industrial symbiosis," and "zero waste/zero emissions/100% product emissions," by-product synergy emphasizes the cooperation among diverse industries, agriculture, and communities that results in profitable conversion of by-products and wastes to resources promoting sustainability.
Chaparral Steel Company is a noteworthy example of by-product synergy through zero waste/100 percent product steel making.
Andy Mangan, executive director of the BCSD-GM, said, "As more organizations learn to collaborate in innovative ways to turn wastes to resources, new opportunities for by-product synergy will increase.
The purpose of the Missouri Waste Exchange is to create statewide by-product synergy for commercial, industrial and institutional users.
The purpose of Recycle Nevada: Waste Exchange is to create by-product synergy for commercial, industrial and institutional users.
The main purpose of the Utah Waste Exchange is to create by-product synergy for commercial, industrial and residential users.