Tradr's mission is to accelerate the world's transition to sustainable consumption and production

Over the next 30 years the world’s population will hit nearly 10 billion people and will require 3 planets worth of resources to sustain current lifestyles. We aim to move people away from wasteful, polluting, environmentally inefficient products into ones that are sustainably produced, can be repurposed, re-used and recycled.

The Tradr marketplace will utilise blockchain technology to provide a trusted marketplace that will assist sustainable producers for environmental certification, data collection, analysis and reporting. Our mobile dapp educate buyers on the benefits of sustainable products during the product selection process and encourage individuals to reduce waste via reselling/repurposing their unwanted products within our p2p marketplace and waste collection services.

We welcome your involvement in our community. Stay tuned for educational resources on how you can help the Sustainable Consumption and Production movement and we will keep you information over 2018 with the release of our whitepaper, roadmap and marketplace launch.

Learn about Sustainable Consumption & Production

Tradr Blog

How Does Western Australia Rank in the Waste World?

The fresh stats have just come in from the WA Waste Authority in Tradr’s home town. You can read the full presentation here but here are the key takeaways.   Although Australia in general is doing a lot to fight growth … Read More

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Introducing the “Maker Movement” – Decentralised Sustainable Production is Coming!

  Thanks Elisabeth Loose for introducing the Maker Movement concept. This is truly the future of Decentralised Sustainable Production! There a multiple new innovative technologies here influencing local economies around the world to encourage communities to create their own products … Read More

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How Big is the Global Recycling Industry?

Recyclers, are the lifeblood of the Tradr platform. These guys are the legends of “closing the loop” and preventing new consumer products from ending in landfill or the incinerator. They help bring added value to these unwanted materials by breaking … Read More

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