In a circular economy, we use our raw materials efficiently and sustainably. This can be done, for example, by designing products in such a way that they can be easily repaired, by sharing machines with others and by extending the lifespan of raw materials. We call the latter part of the circular economy the natural resources transition.
We are working towards a world in which raw materials no longer become waste. The raw materials transition goes much further than recycling: we are working towards a fully circular economy. With the help of a wealth of data, a rich network and expertise, Milgro can help companies to use valuable raw materials more economically and as efficiently as possible. Because we understand that every company needs its own approach to become future-proof.
Do you want to become a sustainable leader with your company? Milgro believes that as much attention should be paid to sustainable energy as to the more economical and smarter use of raw materials. That is why we have been working with great success on the raw materials transition for thirty years. Are you in? Then fill out the form.
“Due to the insight provided by Milgro into current and expected waste costs, our internal discussion has shifted from the figures to the content. The forecasts provided provide insight into the opportunities for process efficiency and the reduction of waste for all parties involved. We also use the data to optimize our use of raw materials and thus make not only a financial but also an ecological impact.”
Ton Nieuwenhuisen, assistant controller at Dycore