Circular Economy

Renewable, recyclable or biodegradable inputs for production; recovering resources and materials from end-of-life products; extending product lifecycles by reusing, repairing and reselling; sharing platforms for collective usage; product-as-a-service models, and more…

Brilliant stories, recently added.

Plastic Shed

Bringing people together in Stockport to turn plastic waste into new, useful things.

  • Consumerism
  • Waste
  • Circular Economy

Upcycle Fashion

To deliver garment repair & upcycling workshops to increase the the longevity of clothing.

  • Consumerism
  • Depleted resources
  • Waste
  • Circular Economy

The Ink Bin Ink Cartridge Recycling

To save home use plastic and leakage entering landfill whilst educating youngsters of climate issues

  • Carbon emissions
  • Depleted resources
  • Waste
  • Circular Economy

Highland Galvanizers

To the increase the lifespan of motorway crash barriers through re-use and refurbishment.

  • Carbon emissions
  • Depleted resources
  • Waste
  • Circular Economy
  • Transport

Think big locally.

Why Circular Economy?

Companies can redesign how they operate by reducing materials, waste and pollution upfront during design and development; finding innovative ways of extending the useful life of components and materials; and offering services instead of selling products. Communities and residents grow circular economies naturally by relentlessly reusing, repairing and recycling. A circular economy is a boon for new, secure jobs: put simply, keeping our stuff for longer means keeping more jobs in the local economy.