About the Project

Zero-Waste Concept: The Circular Economy is important for environmental sustainability. This is a system built on reduction, reuse and recycling because waste is considered a valuable resource. The CE Action Plan revised in January 2018 with polluter pay principle and aims by 2030, all plastics packaging should be recyclable, degree of recycling of municipal waste and maximum 10% waste will be disposal on land fields until 2035.

The past 150 years of industrial evolution have been dominated by a one-way or linear model based on the principle of ‘take-make-waste’. This model has caused a great dependency on scarce resources, environmental pressure, and huge amounts of waste. Society needs re-think and re-design the way we work at all levels of the manufacturing process. It is therefore necessary to develop a new economic model known as the ‘zero waste circular economy’, based on the principle of not unnecessarily destroying recourses. A sustainable bioeconomy is the renewable segment of the circular economy.

Together with environmental benefits, a growing circular economy offers substantial potential to create jobs through lowering structural mismatch in high unemployment regions in Europe and increase materials productivity. It is expected that CE in Europe will create green entrepreneurs and 1.2 million jobs by 2030.




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