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The potential of circular economy

The potential of circular economy
The reuse of raw materials holds enormous potential for climate protection. Experts estimate that around 50 percent of global CO2 emissions are due to the extraction and processing of raw materials. The potential for CO2 reduction through a consistent recycling strategy is therefore high. In addition, many raw materials have become scarce and expensive in the recent past.
This increases the incentive to recycle them.
According to a German study, a more efficient use of resources would have positive effects on value creation and employment and could also result in a reduced dependency on imports of important raw materials.
You can find out how we live future-oriented recycling HERE.