The Revivack Blog about Circular Economy
All about the Individual Take Back System for Recovery
Tidy waste, the new concept for saving natural resources and reducing CO2 emissions
Receiving products individually, storing them and recovering their parts progressively is the most logical and sustainable solution to reduce emissions and reduce the consumption of natural resources. These are the 3 steps to create ORDERLY WASTE and aim for a true circular economy.
Is there GOLD in my mobile phone?
Did you know that each cell phone has an average of 36 mg of gold and that to extract it we have to remove 3 kg of soil? If we continue not to recover metals from our old cell phones, we will run out of gold in the next 50 years.
When does an object become waste?
It could be stated categorically that the definition of WASTE is really ambiguous, since the decisive moment when an object ceases to be an object as such and becomes waste depends exclusively on its location.
The SDG that lead the way
Revivack is allied with SDG 9, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 17. All of them are important and interrelated, but there are two central to Revivack’s activity. Discover them!
The living history of things
At Revivack we do not only propose a return system, but a new way of understanding and using everything we acquire and use things for. We rethink the old ways of making, producing and discarding.
The story behind Revivack, the take back system to recover items
It is not possible to shred a shoe, or a handbag, or an umbrella and expect a useful powder to come out. Read our story and you’ll see how the solution is just a CLICK away.