In a circular economy we continuously re-use products and rest streams. To make this transition, we need a new way of thinking and new forms of cooperating. Only this way can we organise the future in a more clever and logical manner, by making it circular.
Closing the gap
As a society, we are faced with the double challenge of using different natural resources in different ways. The mountain of waste is growing and the climate is changing. At the same time, our resources are drying up. That is why we need a systematic change to achieve an economy in which all the gaps are closed.
During transitional periods, organisations seek to obtain a new position in the changing market. Schuttelaar & Partners knows the political playing field and policy-making process. Thanks to this, we can emphasize the role of your organization in promoting circular economy and advance your concerns on the political agenda. Due to our knowledge of the chemical sector, climate change, sustainable procurement and the sharing economy, we can smoothly translate purely technical dossiers into clear messages and communication materials. Furthermore, we support our clients with strategic advice and in-depth research of commodity flows.
Schuttelaar & Partners is focussed on opportunities in the textile, construction and food sector, packaging industry, including waste and recycling.
Equipment rental as a key to the circular economy
Renting equipment offers significant sustainability and efficiency benefits. Rental companies have the technical, logistical, legal and commercial expertise to help their customers comply with sustainability requirements related to equipment.
Schuttelaar & Partners helps the European Rental Association (ERA) promote the sector with European policy-makers and highlight its contribution in the framework of the Circular Economy.
Applying the circular economy to the construction sector
The construction sector is the most resource-intensive industrial sector in the EU. Using about 50% of the available primary raw materials it has a heavy, irreversible impact on the environment. At the same time, construction and demolition waste (CDW) from the building sector is the largest waste stream in the EU. Reusing high-quality recycled CDW as secondary raw material has the potential to provide the much-needed higher resource-efficiency while preserving our natural resources and landscapes.
Want to know more?
Suzanne van der Pijll
Call 070 318 44 44 or send Suzanne an email.