Implementing cycles systematically can and should be individually tailored to your company. In the following, we list three typical ways to initiate loops:
Material & design
Is the raw material recyclable? How high is the proportion of secondary raw materials used in the supply chain? Together we find the right material strategy to transform design challenges into circularity in the long run.
Recording and checking the used chemical substances in product life cycles helps to find and substitute harmful substances in the long term and to remove them from the material cycles in a targeted manner. In this context, knowledge of cause-effect relationships helps to act early and with foresight in order to avoid future environmental and health impacts. GSM can optimally support you through many years of experience in the recording, testing and optimisation of chemicals and chemical inventory management in all stages of the supply chain.
Circular economy is a concept that helps all actors within your supply chain to set priorities and to act jointly and precautionary. Through partnerships, economic framework conditions can be more easily adapted among globally active actors. In order to implement the goals of the circular economy, a common aspiration for a resource-saving economy in which future generations can also find their way is required.