The benefits of innovating towards the circular economy

Los beneficios de innovar hacia la economía circular
22/06/2017
ZABALA supports the implementation of new innovation models based on the circular economy. The European Waste4Think project seeks to design solutions based on the use of information and communication technologies that enable the improvement of waste management.

The European Waste4Think project, funded by the Horizon2020 Programme of the European Commission, seeks to design solutions based on the use of information and communication technologies that would enable the improvement of all waste management stages, adopting a global approach and particularly focusing on citizen participation in order to build more sustainable, eco-friendly cities. ZABALA Innovation Consulting participates in this project.

Our activity is focused on implanting new models of innovation for our clients, as the transition towards the circular economy. European programmes such as Horizon2020, LIFE and others offer opportunities in this regard.

In the video "No time to waste, innovate to make the world a better place" you can know more about the benefits of the paradigm of circular economy.

 

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