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Circular economy: scope and effects
28.07.2014 | Jørgen Mortensen
The European Commission issued on 2 July 2014 proposals to increase recycling and phase out landfilling, with a series of legally-binding measures aimed at nudging the EU towards a lean "circular economy". The circular economy is defined as an economic model that produces virtually no waste, with raw materials being re-used and recycled continually within a closed loop.