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Sustainable material management

Sustainable innovation or eco-innovation leads to new opportunities or new value creation by marketing new products and services, or at least to cost reductions due to higher process efficiency levels. In 2016, we focused on the issues of the circular economy, closing material loops, and waste prevention and recovery. The examination of these issues provides a basis for identifying the most feasible ways of creating value, an area where Sirris provides guidance to companies.

LPW Corporate reduces its environmental impact by maximizing material efficiency

LPW Corporate, based in Aarschot, can now look back on 50 years' experience in designing and installing one-piece ceramic swimming pools. In a bid to further reduce its environmental impact, the LPW team got together with Sirris to take a close look at the company's business processes.

beMatrix improves its understanding of the environmental impact of products and production

Understanding what you already have is a key first step ahead of further improvement and innovation - that was what, thanks to Sirris, beMatrix discovered in working toward the circular economy.

All Events extends temporary accommodation to multifunctional concept

The family business All Events, based in Zedelgem in West Flanders (Belgium), hires out temporary infrastructure solutions for events, such as chalets for Christmas markets and overnight accommodation for festivals. However, it needed to adjust both the design and the product to be able to expand internationally.