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We would provide financial assistance to businesses that are looking beyond the current "take, make and dispose” extractive industrial model, these businesses with a circular economy model are restorative and regenerative by design

Circular economy is about moving from a system of waste to one of “endless resourcefulness.” This more regenerative model affords a viable business opportunity to successfully tackle environmental priorities, drive performance, innovation and competitiveness, and stimulate economic growth and development. They rely on system-wide innovation, they aim to redefine products and services to design waste out, while minimising negative impacts. Underpinned by a transition to renewable energy sources, the circular model builds economic, natural and social capital.
Small businesses with core competencies in designing out waste and pollution, keeping products and materials in use and regenerate natural systems.

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Financing businesses with a

circular economy 

business model
a circular economy aims to design out waste. Waste does not exist: products are designed and optimized for a cycle of disassembly and reuse. These tight component and product cycles define the circular economy and set it apart from disposal and even recycling, where large amounts of embedded energy and labour are lost. 
Unlike today, consumables in the circular economy are largely made of biological ingredients or ‘nutrients’ that are at least non-toxic and possibly even beneficial, and can safely be returned to the biosphere, either directly or in a cascade of consecutive uses.