Circular Economy is a regenerative economic model, is preferred by governments and companies because of the expectations on important economic, environmental and social benefits that its advance entails.
The Circular Economy is framed within the purposes of Sustainable Development. We see that this deals with a perspective of business models; it focuses on transforming the production and consumption schemes specifically. When we talk about circular economy we refer necessarily to the flow of materials as well as the closing of cycles to avoid waste.
W2W are experts in helping organisations to identify new ways of creating value from their waste outputs and their business assets.
Our Waste to Worth methodology does not just look at new ways of creating value from the physical waste that an organisation creates.
We also look at a broad range of other potential sources of new value creation that can include:
heat & gas outputs from building & industrial processes
physical assets such as property & land
Our goal is to help you maximise value creation from your waste outputs, physical assets and know-how.
Applying the Waste to Worth methodology is an important step in making the Transition to a Circular Economy.
These are just a few of the many interesting projects we can help you with through application of our Waste to Worth methodology:
Zero Waste and Waste to Energy
Turning Organic Waste into a biodegradable BioPlastic
Turning Waste into Fuel
Using the heat & gases from industrial processes & buildings as a feedstock for creating new high value products
For example growing algae that can be converted into a fuel or a high value product
Extracting materials from wastewater to create new high value products
Building an urban farm on the roof or in the basement of buildings
Putting a solar energy farm on the roof of an industrial building