In a circular economy, the consumption of natural resources is minimized by means of innovative economical approaches that mean that waste is largely avoided. This is mainly achieved through new business models, circular product and process design, and systemic, long-term thinking and action. Circular business models or circular approaches use opportunities such as product-as-a-service (e.g., mobility as a service instead of selling vehicles), ecodesign, reuse, sharing, remanufacturing and repair and, as a last resort, recycling.
In practice, one of the challenges is to actually ensure multiple life cycles of resources. The actual sustainability of a circular solution is not automatic, but must be actively designed. We provide a broad overview of your options for action and support you in developing an appropriate strategy.
We would be happy to explain the concept of the circular economy to you in a non-binding discussion.
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