How do we define a circular economy?
Circular economy is a concept much like it sounds. It is an economy that promotes re-use of resources that push us towards a sustainable future.
But how do we make a move towards this circular economy?
Who do we support in order to get to a future that is sustainable?
Support engineers. They know best how to make things efficient. Cost-efficient, energy-efficient, time-efficient. Need a process designed? Ask an engineer. Why? Social media and sharing will only get us so far, but if we share the right things we can go further.
If you ask Bruce Martinson and Mark Langton what solution they would choose for a sustainable future, it would be Gurney Environmental products.
The combination of attributes of the products – low cost of deployment, low cost of maintenance, low risk of process failure and proven long service life – all contribute towards the low cost of treatment and make a Gurney solution first choice when choosing against conventional effluent treatment plants.
What choice? What are we choosing? We are choosing a sustainable future over a long period of time. We are choosing, with a buildup of good choices, sustainable choices, and thus, the future.
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