Interview with Eveline Jonkhoffby Emanuele Bompan
For the Dutch municipality, the construction and food sectors represent two valuable precious value chains. Improving building materials’ reuse strategies could generate €85 million per year and as much as €150 million could derive from a more efficient management of organic waste.
The city of Amsterdam has made a major step in the transition to become one of the world’s first circular cities. The goal? Minimize waste, innovate product-as-a-service business, boast new businesses, increase its well-being and profit.
Commissioned by the city, the plan started out by mapping and identifying areas in which circular business models can be applied while...