With a proliferation of standards, metrics and tools to help firms join the zero-waste revolution, we look at those that are doing most to close the loop

The world's first standard for the circular economy will be launched next month by the British Standards Institution, a development that reflects the model’s growing relevance for business. BS8001 is intended to help companies realise how they can create direct or indirect value by applying circular principles to their...

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