Schréder Catalogue (2021)

Together for a circular economy

With transparent criteria to assess our products, the Circle Light Label helps cities and industries adopt a circular economy and drive a positive future for all.

extracting raw materials

A circular economy is mainly defined in opposition to the traditional linear economy: take, make and dispose. In a circular economy, products are part of a value stream where they will be used for as long as possible. Then, depending on their characteristics, they can be reused, refurbished, upgraded or recycled. This leads to increased efficiency, reduced operating costs, greater resilience and a smaller ecological footprint. Benefits of a circular economy

parts supply

recycle

parts harvesting

manufacturing

refurbish

distribution

service

user

incineration & landfill

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