Circular economy

European countries have long realized that the market for recyclables – a profitable and promising. They have proven that intelligent combination of all available technological possibilities, such as industrial processing and waste incineration plants have a fair benefit both for the environment and for the economy. That’s why Europe is working towards the development of circular economy and recycles about 75% of their waste. The main difference between the mentality of the citizens of Europe post-Soviet space is that they clearly understand that energy conservation and regenerative environmentally friendly production plays an important role in continuing the growth of the economy without increasing waste, and is a good way to save resources and materials.

Circular economy – is the common name of activities aimed at energy saving, regenerative environmentally friendly production and consumption.

Unlike the traditional model of economic development, circular model is the most successful way of conserving resources and materials, and thus the path to sustained economic growth.

The impetus for that full utilization and recycling of all materials are converted into primary objective for the whole world, is climate change and the depletion of natural resources.

To become a circular economy, just need a lot more than just a full disposal of waste. Our world expect radical changes from the choice of materials, methods of product development and new concepts of service – to widespread use of by-products of one full production as raw material for another.

In addition to the core – changing the minds of the manufacturer and the consumer – for circular economy is equally important to establish close cooperation between industry, researchers and authorities. Research designed to create new business models and product samples, which take into account the need of early easy maintenance, reuse and processing.