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Zandbergen, Britt (author)
Enhanced textile reuse is required due to the textile industry's increasing environmental pressure. In order to reach this, behavioural change is necessary. However, it is currently unknown which changes in consumer values that determine textile reuse consumption are<br/>most effective. In addition, rebound effects appear: reuse lowers the...
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Lange, K.P.H. (author)
The European Commission aims for a full circular economy (CE), an economy that aims to reuse all resources in 2050. CE is a promising way to increase welfare and wellbeing while decreasing environmental footprints. Industrial symbiosis, in which companies exchange residuals for resource efficiency, is essential to the circular transition....
doctoral thesis 2022
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van den Tooren, Bart (author)
The CE concept is a booming theme, and the attention on this subject is increasing every year. However, the increasing attention on this theme has not yet been translated into practice within the infrastructure sector to a sufficient degree. While much literature has been published on the topic of CE, no analysis on the identification of...
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van Dijk, Cornelis (author)
A tool that contributes to solving the cultural barrier of the lack of knowlegde about circularity in conventional members of project teams. Using three case studies an evaluation tool is developed. With gathering circular project dynamics, validating them and integrating them into the evaluation tool. The tool intends to help members of project...
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Özaltun, Batuhan (author)
In recent years, more and more attention has been paid to the wasteful use of raw materials, which leads to major nature and environmental problems. To address these issues, initiatives have been shown by all kinds of stakeholders, in the form of agreements, legislation and action plans, for a transition to a circular economy (CE). This...
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Hoogenboom, Sarah (author)
In the global shift towards decarbonization of the built environment, the nearly Zero Energy Building (nZEB) goals in the Directive 2010/31/EU had been set as an achievable goal for the EU. By requiring all future constructions to utilize the integration of energy efficient services into the building as well as emphasize the reduction of...
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van Straten, Bart (author)
Hospital waste has a major impact on the environment. The worldwide growth of hospital waste is the result of the growing world population and the increase in use of disposables. A circular healthcare economy may contribute to the reduction of hospital waste. The circular economy is a system in which waste is prevented and where waste is reused....
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Dirrix, Joop (author)
With the ever increasing number of wirelessly operated connected devices, the environmental consequences that this trend brings about need to be considered. This project has been carried out to explore the possibilities for transitioning industrial IoT sensor nodes into the circular economy.<br/><br/>Wireless sensor nodes are battery powered...
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Eikelenboom, Elina (author)
In this graduation project the design process: the Potential to Value Circle, for designing from a waste stream is presented. The Potential to Value Circle creates a structured way of working in which the potential of a waste stream is translated to value. Value is generated by combining the perspectives of material, stakeholders and context...
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Seminck, Jacoba (author)
Current consumption and production patterns require drastic changes if we want to transition into a circular economy. Accordingly, the Dutch government has set up a nationwide programme that aims to achieve a completely circular economy by 2050 with an interim objective of a 50% reduction in raw materials by 2030. This includes creating a...
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Kooijman, Finn (author)
The Product Journey Map was developed through an iterative process, preceded by research on design methodologies and existing mapping methodologies such as the Customer Journey Map and Service Blueprint. By synthesising the research on design- and existing mapping methodologies, a vision of the Product Journey Map was developed and explored...
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Berkien, Jens (author), KIM, MINSEONG (author), Leito, O'Neilmaye (author), Mejia, Francisca (author)
The Netherlands has set the ambitious goal to have a fully circular economy by 2050. The Port of Rotterdam (PoR), the largest and busiest port in Europe, has strong potential to become a future circular hub. The PoR has been a major player in the seaport industry for centuries with, among others, a strong logistics sector and a robust...
student report 2022
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Bechmann, Clarissa (author), Liu, Shiru (author), Steenbergen, Emy (author), Zhang, Minshi (author)
Nowadays, circular economy is of growing importance in the social, economic, and environmental fields. The realisation happens on different scales. First steps towards a circular economy have already been taken, but it will take time before a circular world is reached. Also, under the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), the bio-based concept...
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Kalligeri Skentzou, Anna (author), Verkleij, Charlotte (author), Speulman, Manon (author), Zhang, Yueqi (author)
Mankind is exhausting natural resources. Therefore, the need to transform the linear material flows towards circular chains is increasing. Steel is a material that is produced and used globally and has high potentials for recycling. However, in the maritime sector, steel is currently barely recycled, let alone reused in a more direct way....
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van Balken, Kim (author), SONG, Jinlai (author), van Oorschot, Timo (author), xu, ziqi (author)
With the growing world population and concerns about resource scarcity, environmental pressures, and social challenges more and more industries have a growing interest in transitioning towards a circular economy.<br/><br/>In South Holland, specifically in the port of Rotterdam, the ship manufacturing sector requires fundamental change....
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Balletta, Alessandra (author), Ferreira de Sousa Daher Moura, Julia (author), van Ulsen, Wieke (author), Snel, Femke (author)
The province of South Holland is a region in the Netherlands that can be characterized by its flourishing economy. The place where the vein of the river Maas stretches out over land and the Port of Rotterdam has settled in as a strategic trade-point. Moreover, the abundant agricultural sector in Westland holds accountable for not only multiple...
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SHEN, Fran (author), Peek, Lisa (author), Kuiters, Timon (author)
Food. It is grown, processed, distributed, sold, eaten and then oftentimes<br/>carelessly discarded. In the European Union, 88 million tonnes<br/>of food waste is produced each year, while the Netherlands stands<br/>out as the EU’s largest producer. Food waste causes soil degradation,<br/>emits significant amounts of greenhouse gasses and can...
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ANDRIANOS, PAVLOS (author), van Diermen, Erik (author), Lakoumenta, Maria (author), van Muilekom, Ludo (author)
The importance of the energy transition is an emergent issue on a global scale. The United Nations, the European Union, the Dutch National government and the Province of South-Holland all have set clear and urgent goals. But still, it seems very hard to find the right strategy to tackle this challenge, together with a desired circular economy...
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van Alfen, Casper (author)
This project proposes a no-waste, reusable packaging approach for networking equipment used in KPN’s business-to-business market. The goal of this project was to create a first proof of concept of reusable packaging in KPN’s logistical and manual processes, and therefore create a stepping stone towards further scaling-up reusable packaging...
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van der Sanden, Eveline (author)
In the current moment in time, the interest in sustainability is growing. Companies need to transition towards a more sustainable business model. One of the ways to do this is to become more circular. <br/><br/>The circular economy is an economic system aimed at eliminating waste and on the continuous reuse of resources. The end goal is to get...
master thesis 2022
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