Circular economy in action

Most modern production processes are based on ‘linear’ systems which generate waste as a by-product. However, many manufacturers and organisations are now realising it is possible to be more efficient and less wasteful by developing processes that emulate more ‘circular’ natural systems. By doing this, global economic development can be separated from finite resource consumption. Ultimately, this means little to no waste is generated when items are manufactured using smart design and components are reused efficiently.

One of NAWMA’s Guiding Principles is circular economy practices. Our aim is to help extract the maximum value from discarded items and support the reprocessing of recovered materials. NAWMA plays an important role in supplying recovered resources such as plastics, aluminium, steel, and glass for use as secondary raw materials.

Category: Circular Economy
Post By: NAWMA
Posted: 11th April 2023