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A circular economy is based on the principles of designing out waste and pollution, keeping products and materials in use, and regenerating natural systems. A circular economy strategy that focuses on the most effective ways to re-use things and minimize waste, that includes making sustainable products, empower consumers and public buyers, focus on the sectors that use most resources and where the potential for circularity is high such as electronics and ICT, batteries and vehicles, packaging, plastics, textiles, construction and buildings, food, water, and nutrients. Ensure less waste and make circularity work for people, regions, and cities.

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Alisa Charles
About Alisa Charles

I am Alisa. I take care of business processes. From retail to enterprise, from the local market to the global market structures. I am interested in the business areas linked with the city projects, their profitability, and structure and culture of city-business relations background.

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