How to close the global circularity gap? In 2011, six gigatonnes of potentially recyclable material went to waste

Posted by aclimaadmin | julio 1, 2020 | Noticias del Sector

Living sustainably within our planet’s boundaries is a matter of global concern, with some countries now focusing on the development of a circular economy (CE) — where materials are reused as much as possible.

Much CE research has focused on the amount of waste being recycled; the focus of this study, however, is on quantifying the amount of material that is not being recycled but could be — a distinction known as the ‘circularity gap’ (CG)…read more

Fuente: ec.europa.eu

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