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The efficient and competitive circular economy

You are an industrialist

Eco-design consists of integrating the environment from the design of a product or service, and during all stages of its life cycle;» Afnor 2004. What Neo-Eco brings to eco-design is to create a product, a material, from secondary raw materials  in order to limit the environmental impact of the product and the waste deposits mobilized while creating competitive economic conditions. 

Why embark on an eco-design approach?  In our opinion, there are 3 good reasons to do it now. First, the economic impact of waste management continues to increase. Then, your brand credibility and customer retention are at stake. Finally, actionable solutions exist. 

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We support you to...

  • The characterization andsamplings /definition of the specifications for the eco-product/eco-material

  • Regulatory study, condition for exit from waste status

  • Formulation of eco-materials and laboratory prototyping, analysis of mechanical and technical characteristics

  • Normative conformity, validation of environmental safety;and certifications

  • Sector research, bibliographic and territorial study, search for manufacturing and supply partners, technical estimates of the necessary industrial processes

  • The study of environmental and economic impacts

  • Design support to maximize the valorization potential

  • Support for commercial deployment

  • Search for funding and subsidies

From a linear economy to a circular economy

In the case of a linear economy, materials and products are used and then discarded as waste.

In the case of a circular economy, materials and objects are reused or recycled and are considered resources, and waste production tends towards zero.

In the principle of eco-design, all stages of the life cycle are carried out in such a way as to reduce the use of materials, maximize the use of secondary raw materials and limit its environmental impact.

 

Two ways to initiate an eco-design approach coexist:

1/ We start from used materials for which we seek new outlets.

2/ We start from a product or material and maximize the substitution of secondary raw materials for extractive materials.

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Creation of value

 

Optimization of waste management costs

 

Controlled costs and risks of raw material procurement

Modeling and simulation of the economic model

Actionable and co-constructed solutions

Credibility and brand image

Implementation and security of value chain throughout the course

Valorisation de déchets et recyclage 

Réduction des mises en installation de stockage de déchets.

Réduction des besoins en matières premières d'origine extractive

Diminution de l'impact carbone (CO2)

Creation and revitalization of sectors

Development of eco-products/eco-materials

Re-territorialization of jobs and know-how

ECONOMIC

OPERATIONAL

ECOLOGICAL

INNOVATIVE

Our methodology

Understanding the context

and customer issues

Opportunity studies
eco-products

Eco conception

Planning and 
Coordination

Launch of 
sector

Our references

CASTORAMA
Workplan

Creation of worktops from used pallet wood and recycled PVC windows.

ETNISI - LEROY MERLIN
Floor tile

Reuse concrete fines as well as foundry sand in combination with a binder to create tiling.

SEDIMEL - European Metropolis of Lille
Self-compacting grout - Hydrocyles

Creation of a prefabricated concrete and a self-compacting grout from sediments.

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