Circular and net zero solutions

Building a sustainable future

The CO2 emission reduction targets are crystal clear. The policy has been set and the challenge is to translate this into practice and implement it in (inter)national regulations. However, complex challenges and ongoing uncertainty mean that the road ahead is not yet paved. What is important is that scaling up innovations, laws and regulations and market development keep pace.

Our plus is that we house all disciplines, enabling us to make integral assessments. How else would you choose best option? What will change in the coming months and years, for instance in terms of laws and regulations? What if innovations do not work as well as anticipated? Achieving CO2 reduction targets requires thorough knowledge of production processes as well as energy systems and raw materials. And it requires innovation and creativity. 

Smart designing processes

Our extensive expertise and experience enable us to translate objectives into concrete actions and projects, while dealing flexibly with the complexity and continuous changes of the playing field. 

We do this by combining state-of-the-art knowledge with strategic thinking, by building in flexibility through smarter process design and the ability to anticipate and respond quickly to possible changes.

Resilient future

Net zero solutions and the circular economy are at the heart of our approach. Although circular economy and net zero solutions are two different concepts with their own, sometimes conflicting areas of focus, they have important similarities that reinforce each other.

After all, both approaches aim to reduce the harmful impact of human activity on the environment and promote sustainable development to create a resilient future for our planet.

Witteveen+Bos supports clients in all phases of a project: from strategic and technical advice to design, tendering, permits and execution supervision. But also training, auditing, support in the management and decommissioning phase and advice on reuse are among the possibilities. 

Our specialist knowledge:

  • Soil use, subsoil and residues
  • Resource management
  • Quantifying: CO2 and MKI impact analyses
  • New Emerging Substances
  • Circular strategy and policy development

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