Circular economy

An economy designed to regenerate on its own. In a circular economy, material flows are of two types: biological ones, capable of being reintegrated into the biosphere, and technical ones, destined to be re-valorized without entering the biosphere.

The circular economy is therefore a system in which all activities, starting with extraction and production, are organized so that someone's waste becomes resources for someone else. In the linear economy, on the other hand, the end of the consumption also ends the cycle of the product becoming a rejection, forcing the economic chain to continuously resume the same pattern: extraction, production, consumption, disposal.
When we talk of circular economy we speak about an economic model focused on the design and production of products, components and materials that can be reused, regenerated, and recycled.

Our company provides specialized advice on circular economy transition and environmental sustainability, and supports companies in solutions on the use of circular materials, trends and market scenarios. Our Businesses Clients are accompanied by the analysis of the latest regulations, the study of their own chain and the market they are investing in, in order to identify possible innovations in production processes and value chains that they could internalize to improve their market positioning and increase product value by reducing their impacts environmental and generating innovation, and in accompanying the acquisition of EU funds for the Circular Economy.