Jan 5, 2021 | Random

Aiming for Circular


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Written by Sylvia

What does circular economy mean?

Defined by a closed loop of MAKE > USE/CONSUME > RECYCLE (whilst creating the least amount of waste in the process.

It’s the opposite of the linear economy, which dominates the world today. A linear economy is defined by the words TAKE > MAKE > USE/CONSUME > WASTE. This model has a detrimental impact on the environment.

It’s important to note that Circular doesn’t always mean Green, with some practices using or producing toxic chemicals within the circular loop.

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