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Close the Loop® (CtL) is a high tech resource recovery company with Australian and US operations focussed on the imaging supplies industry. Established in Australia in early 2001, CtL pioneered and maintains a brand promise of zero waste which drives       innovation in taking the ‘waste’ from one industry and turning it into valuable inputs to another. End of life products are returned to the original manufacturer for remanufacturing and re-use where possible. If not, we use a range of patented processes to recover all the materials from those products. CtL provides its services to most of the leading global manufacturers of imaging equipment and with a network of over 35,000 collection points for used cartridges, we offer a unique and free service to the end user.

CtL is an unlisted public company with over 170 employees in Australia and the USA. TonerPave is the result of 13 years of dedicated R&D into the reuse of ‘waste’ toner powder. In 2013 the company won a Dupont Gold Award for reuse of recycled ink in commercial flexographic printing. We continuously produce clean high grade metal commodities and closed plastic loops.

DOW_LOGO_TAG_RGB_TRANS(Small)  Downer EDI Limited (Downer) is a leading provider of engineering and infrastructure management services to customers operating in market sectors including minerals & metals, oil & gas, power, road & rail Infrastructure, telecommunications and water. Downer is a leading producer of asphalt in Australia, and has responded to the evolving road infrastructure market by investing in technology and forming strategic partnerships, for example the TonerPave partnership with Close the Loop. Downer Infrastructure offers one of the largest non government owned road infrastructure services businesses in both Australia and New Zealand, maintaining more than 40,000 kilometres of road in Australia and more than 32,000 kilometres in New Zealand.

Downer is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange and employs more than 20,000 people in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific region.

At 30 December 2012, Downer had nearly $19 billion of work-in-hand.

Downer is committed to designing, constructing and maintaining the best solutions for its customers while focusing on the safety of its employees and the sustainability of the communities in which it operates. Downer is committed to its goal of “zero harm,” which includes minimising the impact of our business on the environment.