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Towards a circular economy by leveraging hazardous resources: A case study of Fortum HorsePower
The increasingly efficient use of scarce resources is a central theme in the gradual transition towards a circular economy. Hazardous materials represent a category of resources that is often difficult—and potentially ...
Use of real options to enhance water-energy nexus in mine tailings management
The tailing storage facility is the largest water sink in most mines. An incorrect management of water content in mine tailings can become a threat to their stability, and consequently, their environmental safety. Also, ...
Rationality of using phosphorus primary and secondary sources in circular economy: Game-theory-based analysis
European Union (EU) faces serious disturbances in the supply of phosphorus. To tackle this problem, the Member States have started practicing the principles of circular economy in the management of phosphorus supply chain. ...
Big data analytics capability and decision-making: The role of data-driven insight on circular economy performance
Big data analytics (BDA) is a revolutionary approach for sound decision-making in organizations that can lead to remarkable changes in transforming and supporting the circular economy (CE). However, extant literature on ...
Feasibility of re-processing mine tailings to obtain critical raw materials using real options analysis
The re-processing of mine tailings to obtain critical raw materials (CRMs) could reduce the mining of new deposits as well as ensure the profitable use of the waste materials. Though, it requires large scale industrial ...
A Literature Analysis of Definitions for a Circular Economy
This chapter aims to identify and analyze the published definitions of circular economy (CE). Twenty-eight definitions were gathered through intensive critical literature review, using both Scopus and Web of Science. The ...