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What is a circular economy?

A circular economy refers to an economy that is restorative by design, where all materials – technical and biological, are constantly cycled back into the system without any leakages. Technical nutrients would re-enter the industrial economy at the highest quality possible while the biological nutrients would be absorbed by the biosphere.

Second-hand sales of clothes extends lifespan and provides auxiliary income

Second-hand sales of clothes extends lifespan and provides auxiliary income


 

An ideal circular economy

has no waste, is regenerative by design, and ensures that social, health and economic aspects are not compromised in the process.

 
 

 
 

Six Principles of a circular economy

A circular economy is not just about recycling your materials. True circularity encompasses the following principles and always ensures that none of them are compromised at the expense of others.

 
 
 
 

 
 

The Insight Circle Assessment - Achieving Circularity Using a Systems Approach

Using our proprietary Insight Circle methodology, we help you define, visualize and measure the level of circularity within the six principles defined above. We then find out how best you can achieve circularity at your organization, financially and strategically.

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