What if everything was perfect? Then there would be no complain — glorious.
But the world, at least the people we build is not perfect.
This starts with the individual with his problems and goes all the way to politics. But the economy and recycling are far from it.
An example of something that works perfectly is nature.
If you look at the cycle of life, almost everything has already been recycled once.
Living things and plants die / die and are eaten, digested, excreted and thus provide the basis for new life. Nothing decays, nothing passes. A perfect cycle.
That’s the way recycling should work. Products should be manufactured with a view to reusability so that they can be reprocessed after the life cycle and the resources used can be introduced into new products — ideally 100%.
Certainly one can not expect that in a short span of 100 to 200 years, humans can completely take over the processes of nature, because nature also had several million years to do so.
This time does not stay with us humans, if one looks at the environment.
We, as a company committed to innovative recycling, are doing our best every day to streamline our processes and believe that, like many other companies, we should seek examples in nature to develop new measures, which optimize our processes for greater sustainability and cost-effectiveness.