The Japanese corporation Canon is striving to become a leading force in the circular economy. To ensure a more efficient use of limited resources and reduce waste, Canon is making products smaller and lighter, and reusing and recycling materials as much as possible. Canon also strives to reduce waste consumption and the generation of waste from manufacturing at their operational sites. Renewable Matter sat down with Andy Tomkins, Sustainability Engagement Manager Canon EEMEA, during the Milano Green Forum, in September, to learn more about the circular focus of the world-renowned leader in imaging.    From producing some of the best cameras in the world to becoming global leaders in the circular economy. Why is this important for Canon? “This goes back to our co...