Circular economy

The circular economy is an economic system where materials are reused and growth is not directly linked to waste generation. The circular economy is the future.

From Linear

The circular economy is about valuing materials and products for as long as possible.

For a long time, our economy has been based on a linear model. This typically involves the extraction of raw materials, the production, distribution and use of goods and finally disposal, with some recycling of waste materials.

To Circular

In order for the circular economy to be realised, it’s concepts needs to be incorporated far beyond waste management and environmental spheres.

Products and services need to be designed with ‘circularity’ in mind. This can range from simple changes like introducing reusable crates or containers for food deliveries, to the re-design of electrical products to allow for easier repair and recycling.

Essential Resources

Designing out Waste & Efficient Procurement in the Construction Sector