A rounded approach to resources
In Ireland, efforts are being set in motion for a more rounded approach to utilise raw materials and resources in the least destructive way as we transition towards a more circular economy
It was the physicist Albert Einstein who said we cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.
That ideology is nowhere more evident than in the notion of a circular economy, where the traditional ‘take, make and dispose’ mentality – take a natural resource, make a product, then dispose of it in a landfill – is shifting towards a more conscientious approach to waste reduction.
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