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Develop the circular economy on a territorial scale

You are a territory manager

The territorial circular economy is based on the principle thata territory is a metabolism generating a set of flows of materials and energy and transformations. We carry out studies of these ecosystems (material flows and its actors), co-create and implement solutions that optimize and energize urban metabolism and industrial territorial ecology.

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We support you to...

  • Identification, quantification and location of deposits of materials and products as well as existing actors in the value chain

  • The development of a collective innovation approach 

  • Implementation of material flow management strategies “inter-site synergies”

  • The creation and revitalization of used materials and “waste” recovery sectors

  • the feasibility, sizing and socio-economic impact study as well as for development; reuse and recycling platform



From a linear economy to a circular economy

In the case of a linear economy, materials and energy enter and leave the territory and are degraded in the form of waste and dissipated energy.

In the case of a circular economy, materials and energy circulate within the territory and are permanently considered as resources.

This model has the effect of correcting the negative externalities (pollution, greenhouse gas emissions, etc.) of the traditional economy. By giving new life to these materials/elements/objects, we create virtuous loops, significantly reducing waste production.

Creation and revitalization of sectors

Development of eco-products/eco-materials

Design and implementation of new waste management and recovery platforms;

Actionable and co-constructed solutions

Aligning and exceeding regulatory objectives for waste recycling;

Concretely contribute to the positive image of the territory

Waste recovery, reuse and recycling 

Reduction of placement in storage centers

Reduction in the need for raw materials of extractive origin

Reduction in carbon impact (CO2)

Value creation


Optimization of waste management costs


Re-territorialization of jobs and know-how;





Our methodology

Data gathering

Estimate of deposits

Determination of synergies and pooling

Techno-economic and environmental study

Launch of 
sectors and valorization

Our references

Construction metabolism study

Becoming a resilient territory less dependent on external resources and less generating nuisance and waste.

Metabolism study urban

Construction metabolism study in the NPNRU perimeter and establishment of a platform

Partnership approach

The SGP relies on a territorial approach for  transform the waste from the Grand Paris Express into resources.

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