Circular economy according to InHaCom
My thinking is based on the principle of circular economy. Due to the rapid changes in technology and the market, the improvement process is never finished and I continue to help my clients take advantage of new opportunities. In the circular economy, products and raw materials are reused as much as possible. In this way the environment is less burdened and value destruction is minimized. This is in contrast to the current system, in which raw materials are converted into products that are destroyed at the end of their lifespan. InHaCom ensures that your products are reused. Therefore, the circular economy offers many opportunities for entrepreneurs. InHaCom sees the circular economy as an economy that deals efficiently and socially responsible with products, materials and resources within ecological framework conditions. In this way, future generations also retain access to material prosperity. InHaCom specializes in finding solutions for especially difficult waste streams. Experience shows that many improvements are still possible in such waste streams.
Ready for the future
With a circular economy there are two cycles. In the biological cycle, residues flow safely back into nature after use. The technical cycle ensures that products and their components can be reused. In addition, it is necessary that reusability is already taken into account when designing these products (parts). In this way, the economic value is preserved as much as possible. It fits within the ecological preconditions and does not exceed the carrying capacity of planet and earth, not even when the world population is growing.
Circular economy for your company
A circular economy requires a completely different approach. Your business processes need to be scrutinized. But this is within the context of today’s reality. InHaCom recycling can help you with this.
Are you curious what the circular economy can mean for your organization? I am happy to tell you. Please feel free to contact me!
A circular economy
Is not an end in itself, but a means to ensure access to material prosperity for future generations; for citizens, ‘quality of life’ is the central concept.
Fits within ecological preconditions and does not exceed the carrying capacity of planet and earth, not even when the world population is growing.
Deals efficiently with products, materials and resources, seen from a technical and energy optimum and with product design as a starting point.
Treats products, materials and resources in a socially responsible manner, keeping their value in the economy and society as low as possible.
Prevents transfer to other sectors of society. For example, toxic substances are removed from waste streams before these waste streams are returned to the cycle.