Key #2 - Preserve and Extend What’s Already Made

While resources are in-use, maintain, repair and upgrade them to maximise their lifetime and give them a second life through take back strategies when applicable

A core principle of acting within a circular economy is to preserve complexity: preservation of ecological diversity is a core source of resilience for the planet.

Material and energetic losses are tolerated for the sake of preservation of biodiversity; it is a much higher priority. Habitats, especially rare habitats, are not encroached upon or structurally damaged through human activities.

In our current linear “take – make – waste” pattern, the everyday products that we use are contributing to the quick depletion of the world’s natural resources, resulting in price volatility and unsustainable, future growth.

Entrepreneurs must find ways to preserve value throughout their supply chains, design products with longer lifespans and take advantage of the possibilities of circular design.

Products need to be redesigned so that they can be reused, remanufactured, and recycled with a goal of reducing the amount of waste that ends up in landfills or incinerators.


maat Group´s Solutions comply this premise


The maat Group´s way to preserve and reuse the developed elements is to promote the concepts "INTEROPERABILITY" and "INTEGRATION".

Why should the emergence of new technologies necessarily imply the inexorable replacement of existing solutions?

Is not it better to think about designing generic pieces that encapsulate atomic functionalities be able to integrated into existing solutions and evolving only the functionalities that require that evolution?

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