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Ensuring the circularity of waste - Companies

Ensuring the circularity of waste – Companies

Eligible winners within this category are Aquafin, Ekopak and Renewi for large enterprises; Gramitherm, PermaFungi and Reprocover for small and medium enterprises.

Every year, 11 million tonnes of plastic are dumped into the oceans. If no action is taken, it is expected that within 30 years the amount of plastic in our seas will exceed that of fish. The treaty, which must be adopted within two years, as decided at the fifth summit of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), aims to reduce the tonnage of plastic dumped by 80% by 2040. in the oceans. For this it is…

Every year, 11 million tonnes of plastic are dumped into the oceans. If no action is taken, it is expected that within 30 years the amount of plastic in our seas will exceed that of fish. The treaty, which must be adopted within two years, as decided at the fifth summit of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), aims to reduce the tonnage of plastic dumped by 80% by 2040. in the oceans. For this, it is necessary to produce less plastic. However, this is essential for a whole series of products. Plastic is just one example of how the linear economy depletes raw materials and passes on to society the external costs of waste disposal. The challenge is to design products in such a way that the plastic can be reused in the economy. The economy is in transition, it is evolving from a linear economy to a circular economy. A circular economy tries to close the cycle by not depleting stocks of raw materials, by using renewable energies and by reusing residual materials. There will be no more waste and natural ecosystems will be able to recover. Product developers have a key role to play. They can design products in which the entire life cycle is considered from the start of product design. At the design stage, they need to know what will happen to the components when the product reaches the end of its life (cradle to cradle). Companies cannot always put their waste back into the economic circuit on their own. A residue that has no interest for the producing company can be reused in a completely different sector. It is therefore important that companies have a good view of the whole economic circuit in which they operate and that they seek solutions with other companies and sectors. Also Read:- Aquafin: extracting renewable energy from wastewater – Ekopak: joining forces for a circular water source – Renewi: recycling medical waste into hospital equipment – Gramitherm: there is no more weed… – PermaFungi: a myco-material to compete with plastic – Reprocover: no plastic can resist it

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