It takes vast amounts of natural resources to create the built environment, and to manufacture the fixtures, appliances and accessories that go into our kitchens, bathrooms, and laundries. As population numbers grow, so does the pressure on the environment. Calls are growing within the construction industry to transform the existing “take-make-waste” system and adopt a new economic model designed for sustainability: the circular economy.
Designers and specifiers can apply circular thinking to deliver better outcomes for people, the economy and the environment. But what does this mean in practice? Download this whitepaper to find out more.
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