End-of-life goods and materials can be transformed from value lost into value gained by selling them for re-use on online material marketplaces. This practice is called circular material trading, and it enables companies to generate new revenue streams and make money out of their waste materials.
Everyone knows you can make tea out of water, but did you know you could make water out of pee? That’s what Semilla Sanitation has been getting up to with their space mission-inspired water treatment facilities.Continue reading “Turning Pee into Tea – powered by Semilia Sanitation”
Using waste as a resource, rather than disposing of it as waste, is what makes a circular economy circular. It takes the two ends of a linear product lifecycle – namely resource sourcing at the start and product disposal at the end – and links them together into a closed loop, where the materials contained in end-of-life products are extracted and used as resource inputs to make new products.Continue reading “3 Examples of Using Waste as a Resource”