How Companies Can Benefit from the Circular Economy

The circular economy represents a viable alternative to this detrimental “linear” model. Rather than going from “cradle to grave,” this new development pathway promotes ‘cradle to cradle‘. 

In this type of economy, company growth is no longer reliant on the use of scarce resources.

Instead, it is achieved through the use of disruptive technology and business models that are based on longevity, renewability, reuse, repair, upgrade, refurbishment, capacity sharing, and dematerialization. Read More

90% of seabirds do have plastics in their stomach

Seabirds, plastics, research, plastic soup, ocean, Slat, Circular, Recycle, Reduce

Seabirds often make mistakes. They think they eat fish eggs, but in fact they are eating waste.

Until now it was thought that “only” 29% of all seabirds suffered with plastics in their body.

But a study by Australian scientists showed that rather, 90% of the seabirds do have plastics in their stomach. Read More

5 Easy Ways to Reduce Waste

Reduce, recycle, refuse, remanufacture, stop waste, industry, circular, green economyThe U.S. Zero Waste Business Council is a great resource in Southern California for businesses striving to achieve Zero Waste, or who want to substantially reduce their waste.   Read More

How can we make our economy circular and resource efficient?

Circular Economy, reduces, remanufacture, repair, reuse, recycle your waste

Circular Economy: reduce, remanufacture, repair, reuse, recycle your waste

Guided by diverse policies, European countries have improved waste management.
The manufacturing and service sector waste declined by about a quarter in 2004– 2012, while municipal waste generation fell 2 %.
Along with increased recycling, these trends helped reduce landfilling

Nevertheless, progress to EU waste targets is mixed. Achieving the EU’s long-term objective of establishing a circular economy will require far-reaching technological, behavioral and organizational changes.
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EU countries align purchase energy

EU Gas Import

The EU Commission wants to prevent EU countries from obligating to use Russian pipelines and technology by Gazprom

The EU countries will purchase their energy alignment.

The European Commission will assess the legal contracts with gas suppliers in advance to ensure that competition rules aren’t violated by State dubious suppliers.

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