With a population growth that will exceed 10 billion people in 2050 and a greater number of consumers joining the middle class, it is projected that the total demand for resources will reach 130 billion tons in 2050, compared to 50 billion tons in 2014. This represents 400% of the Earth's total regenerative capacity. It is clear that there will not be enough resources to meet global demand.

On the other hand, the global pandemic, social unrest, and increasingly frequent extreme weather phenomena are harsh reminders that continuing as usual is not an option. The linear economy based on the extraction of natural resources, production, consumption, and landfill disposal is not sustainable.

The circular economy is a regenerative economic model by design. The goal is to conserve the value of resources, products, parts, and materials in circulation by creating a system with innovative business models that allow for renewability, long service life, optimal (re)use, reconditioning, remanufacturing, recycling, and biodegradation. By applying these principles, organizations can achieve economic, social, and environmental benefits.

Companies of all sizes and industries around the world can demonstrate their commitment to the circular economy by applying our programs, creating a benchmark, and measuring their results to improve them. Our services aim to accompany the organization throughout the process to guarantee the progressive achievement of the proposed objectives.

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Study on company circularity

Linear business models may be profitable in the short term, but over time they will face market, operational, legal, and business risks...

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Circular environmental best practices plan

When companies want to take their first steps towards transitioning to the circular economy model, they may feel that they are far from being able to make the change...

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Action plan for the transition to the circular economy

Currently, the challenge is to implement this new economic model, addressing the complexity of transforming organizations towards circularity...

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Circular Transition Indicators

Although the circular economy is an economic model that offers opportunities to companies in all sectors, the transition to a circular economy is not easy...

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Carbon footprint

It is well known that greenhouse gases (GHG) are those that absorb and emit infrared radiation causing global warming...

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Water footprint

Water is involved in most metabolic processes of living beings, is an indispensable resource for life and is essential for the development of human activity and evolution...

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Life cycle analysis

Life cycle assessment is a management tool that evaluates the environmental behavior of a product throughout its life cycle...

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Training and development

Training and development are fundamental pillars to achieve environmental excellence, and organizations need to have qualified and trained personnel to remain competitive in times of rapid change...

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Improvement of processes and minimization of consumption.

COMPANY: Potato processing plant in Mar del Plata city.

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Integral Waste Management.

COMPANY: Hotel establishment in Mar del Plata city.

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Management of the waste generated on site.

COMPANY: Construction of an industrial plant to be located in the Industrial Park of the City of Mar del Plata.

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Minimizing the volume of special waste generated.

COMPANY: Industry dedicated to printing labels and wrappers for tea, coffee and mate infusions. Located in Mar del Plata city.

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Minimize impacts on the environment and people during the cleaning of metal parts.

COMPANY: Metalworking industry dedicated to the manufacture of packaging machines. City of Mar del Plata.

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