“The need for a progressive approach to a circular economy is now recognized in all economic sectors and in all the analyses that take into account the sustainability of economic growth over time.
A circular economy presupposes, in fact, that products maintain their added value for as long as possible, minimizing the introduction of new waste. Moreover, at the end of a product’s life cycle, intrinsic resources are not lost, but are fed back into the economic system to create new value. Circularity is therefore also a form of production efficiency, as well as environmental protection”.
Sincere thanks to Carlo Carraro, Full Professor of Environmental Economics and Rector Emeritus of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and Vice President of IPCC-WG III, which analyzed in depth the theme of the circularity of steel for the beltrame Group’s frames magazine, providing an interesting, clear and exhaustive point of view.