About the circular economy

In a circular economy resources are never abandoned to become waste or pollution. Products are designed to be safe and easy to manage in cycles of production and reproduction. By minimising the use of new resources, the circular economy aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and environmental impact. This also creates the economic foundations for the nature regeneration that is urgently needed.


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