Are you paying more and more for the collection and disposal of industrial waste originating from your production and maintenance processes?
That can be changed radically by going circular.
You would no longer need to pay for your waste collection, because we show you how to have more of your waste product removed at no cost, and convert your entire in-house system to a circular approach.
Best part is - most of that waste gets reused in your own organisation.
Industrial dematerialization constitutes a critical impact of the circular economy on industry, with industrial products being onsold as services and waste being phased out.
With fewer exhibitions and trade shows currently available to attend for industry information exchange, companies are increasingly turning to circular innovations - as the most relevant solution to benefit any organization producing substantial quantities of waste.
Combining an online circularity audit with in-depth research shows you how to:
• reduce industrial waste
• improve your business
• recover your assets.
While you save 5 to 18% on operational costs, options for reusing your waste as a new raw material for producing sustainable goods are now highlighted.
Up to half your waste can be responsibly
disposed of within 5 months from today.
If you are focused on reducing current high waste costs, simply subscribe to our research service and you will have a first appointment within a week.
Our targeted research findings inevitably remove obstacles in legislation and regulations, especially with respect to compliance.
They also improve asset management and help match organizations with qualified solution providers.
This move confirms Circularity as an indisputably cost- and waste-efficient tool, and creates greater resilience to scarcity of resources.
Welcome to the new Circular Economy for 2021 and beyond . . .
Trash incineration releases 2.5 times as much carbon dioxide as it takes to make the same amount of electricity as a coal plant.
While scarcity of resources threathens many businesses, waste becomes a novel opportunity for many.
The obsolete model of merely relying on scientists to develop more sustainable production methods and just recycle waste is no longer a viable option.
The outstanding solution here is a comprehensive research effort delivering findings that are fresh and on-point.
A more positive impact on waste reduction comes directly from repairing, refurbishing, testing and upgrading durable manufacturing goods to develop better products.
The outcome of our research audit shows how asset management, waste management and compliance interact brilliantly to produce better business, less waste and a cleaner world for future generations.