In a general sense, the consumer is accused of recycling too little or separating the waste incorrectly. However, Kratiste believes that the problem lies mainly with the manufacturer. After all, the manufacturer produces a product that subsequently has a negative environmental effect.
Kratiste believes that a commodities passport published on a semi-private blockchain could be the solution to this problem. If the consumer does not know which raw materials the product consists of, how can you expect the product to be recycled or processed sustainably?
Via the Ruplex blockchain that Kratiste uses, the growers, wholesaler, retailer or of course the consumer can see what the product is made of.
This requires full transparency and traceability of the producer and the associated chain.
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