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  • 337pp. Published March 2019
  • Scientific Research Publishing
  • Category: Earth & Environmental Sciences
  • ISBN: 978-1-61896-678-0
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Advances in Recycling Economy
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A circular economy (often referred to simply as "circularity") is an economic system aimed at minimising waste and making the most of resources. This regenerative approach is in contrast to the traditional linear economy, which has a 'take, make, dispose' model of production. In a circular system resource input and waste, emission, and energy leakage are minimized by slowing, closing, and narrowing energy and material loops; this can be achieved through long-lasting design, maintenance, repair, reuse, remanufacturing, refurbishing, and recycling, all implemented via corporate and social entrepreneurship.


In the present book, fifteen typical literatures about Recycling Economy published on international authoritative journals were selected to introduce the worldwide newest progress, which contains reviews or original researches on Chemical Aspects of Renewable Energy, Energy-Saving, Environmentally Improved Routes and Methods, Greenhouse Effect, Zero Emission etc. We hope this book can demonstrate advances in Recycling Economy as well as give references to the researchers, students and other related people.


Components of the Book:
  • Chapter 1
    Advancing to a Circular Economy: three essential ingredients for a comprehensive policy mix
  • Chapter 2
    The regional heterogeneity of household recycling: a spatial-econometric analysis of Swedish plastic packing waste
  • Chapter 3
    Processes in informal end-processing of e-waste generated from personal computers in Vietnam
  • Chapter 4
    Advancing to a Circular Economy: three essential ingredients for a comprehensive policy mix
  • Chapter 5
    Enhancing remanufacturing – studying networks and sustainability to support Finnish industry
  • Chpter 6
    Integration of biology, ecology and engineering for sustainable algal-based biofuel and bioproduct biorefinery
  • Chapter 7
    The Fine Jewellery Industry: Corporate Responsibility Challenges and Institutional Forces Facing SMEs
  • Chapter 8
    Recycling of PVC pipes and fittings in Japan: proactive approach of industry to and its impacts on legal/technical frameworks
  • Chapter 9
    An expanded conceptual framework for solution-focused management of chemical pollution in European waters
  • Chapter 10
    Sustainable Development and Well-Being: A Philosophical Challenge
  • Chapter 11
    Environmental and Ecological Aspects in the Overall Assessment of Bioeconomy
  • Chapter 12
    The dynamic linkage between renewable energy, tourism, CO2 emissions, economic growth, foreign direct investment, and trade
  • Chapter 13
    Backcasting in futures studies: a synthesized scholarly and planning approach to strategic smart sustainable city development
  • Chapter 14
    Reduction of greenhouse gas and criteria pollutant emissions by direct conversion of associated flare gas to synthetic fuels at oil wellheads
  • Chapter 15
    Digital sustainability: basic conditions for sustainable digital artifacts and their ecosystems
Readership: Students, academics, teachers and other people attending or interested in recycling economy
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