IEKView：The Circular Economy is the Future for Taiwan Manufacturing
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In the traditional Linear Economy, raw materials are made into products using a “take, make, and dispose” approach – with any waste material thrown away after use. By contrast, the Circular Economy as defined by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, is restorative and regenerative by design, relying on system-wide innovation to redesign products and services to minimize unnecessary material waste and negative impacts to the environment.
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